Dr. Jack Lipton from the College of Human Medicine will be giving a presentation on the “innovation, adaptation, and scaling up” of COVID-19 testing.
In the wake of a global pandemic and a human rights movement, mental health matters though it is often put second to other types of wellness. MSU students share their experiences with balancing activism and mental health.
This ruling involves multiple cases in which an employer allegedly fired an employee for being gay or transgender. Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, it is held this is unlawful.
ASMSU held the first of three impromptu summer Zoom meetings to discuss MSUPD reform and advocate for the removal of Vice President of Research Stephen Hsu.
The GEU did not call to strip Hsu's tenure or professorship in the physics department, rather to remove him from a leadership post that determines who gets research funding.
In raising money and support for various organizations and causes related to the Black Lives Matter movement, many of those who have gone Greek are dedicated to using their platforms to enact change across the nation.
The event was organized by current MSU students and alumni, all of whom were minorities, who saw MSU’s campus as a diverse community but with no support for these diverse groups. Their demands were to make MSU what it says it is: inclusive and united.
Hsu has been an outspoken advocate for eugenics or discouraging reproduction from those with genetic defects and disabilities with the intent of improving the quality of the human species.