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Representative Blake Lajiness of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources kicked off the session by asking about the university’s future sustainability model, to which Stanley responded by talking about what the campus is currently doing and opened up about plans for a new solar energy expansion, with the intent on lowering the campus’s dependence on natural gas.

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ASMSU announces student support grocery gift card program

The program, which doesn't affect a student's financial aid, is targeted toward students that were laid off by the Residential and Hospitality Services earlier this fall. Bill 57-30 allocated $33,000 of the ASMSU budget to go toward the creation of this fund. Later, the Office of the Provost pledged $15,000 and each class council pledged $500, bringing the total fund to $50,000. 

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Stanley clarifies the effect Whitmer's orders have on MSU

“I know this news comes at a time when many are already tired, stressed and overwhelmed by the ongoing pandemic," President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. said. "But as I said last week, we cannot let our guard down. The virus continues to spread, and we need to take the actions we know will stop or slow it down."