MSU alumni share their experiences with power outages, loss of heat and water during the freezing temperatures in Texas, as well as how their communities handled it.
The exhibit explains the meaning of Afrofuturism and explores different comics created by Black artists to imagine the world in a way that embraces differences and celebrates freedom.
Shaffer sculpted the “Sunseed” statue displayed in the Botanical Gardens on campus. The sculpture was a gift from the E.J. and Julia Crozier McClearly family to the university.
The Office of Institutional Equity deals with complaints and administers a formal process with much authority to investigate. The Office of University Ombudsperson can interact and guide students in the right direction for resources but are not mandated reporters to initiate any process.
The Inspiration Awards highlight MSU employees, students, and mid-Michigan community members who demonstrate inclusive action and influence in working toward gender equity and social justice, according to the Center for Gender in Global Context website.
The next phase allows students to participate in approved two-person activities at the IM buildings, including table tennis, badminton and pickleball. Additionally, main lounges, bike rooms and the reflection room in Butterfield Hall reopened at 5 p.m. Friday, the email said.
The senate passed motions to campus policing, proposals on the Office for Civil Rights and a resolution to faculty caregivers impacted by COVID-19.
In the petition, students are asking for greater transparency from the College of Education in general, making the program more accessible for low-income and first-generation students and greater support of students’ mental health while participating in the internship.
Michael Zyrek, 20, is currently scheduled to undergo surgery on Wednesday morning. You can donate to the GoFundMe to help him and his family by searching "Zyrek" on GoFundMe's website.
Associate Director of Marketing and Communications at Culinary Services Cheryl Berry said that multiple measures have been taken to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 in dining halls, including requiring masks and the installation of plexiglass.
As one of the biggest consumer holidays, Valentine’s Day does have an effect on the economy by boosting up business for restaurants and stores.