Thursday, October 29, 2020

News | Campus


'We need to start normalizing standing up for each other': Women of color at MSU share experiences of racism

“We need to start normalizing standing up for each other,” communication junior Alondra Alvarez said. “I feel like the word ‘ally’ is used a lot but an ally ... is someone who stands up for each other no matter who's in the room. ... I'm not only going to stand up for you and your community when you're around. I'm going to stand up even when you're never around. And that's something that I feel like we all need to start doing.” 


The fallout of events in 'Athlete A' continues to impact MSU

Michigan State University’s four presidents in the span of two years, three criminal trials and two convictions in a stonewalled state investigation and a record $4.5 million fine from the U.S  Department of Education were all catalyzed by the subject of a recently-released Netflix documentary.