“I mean, I'm sure we all kind of know by now that being online isn't exactly the same as being in person,” Gianiodis said. “You don't really have the same effect, or I guess, emotions if that makes sense. But for me, it was really exciting like I said, to see everybody in person and walk across the stage in person and not have to be online.”
The MSU Surplus Store and Recycling Center is holding an Earth Day event teaching audiences to conduct their own home waste audits. Coordinators hope viewers use the audit to change their habits and make an environmental impact.
"I feel good," Business freshman Zaggam Cheema said after getting his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine. "It didn't hurt as much as I thought. ... I felt comfortable throughout the whole thing. And they walked me through it, and it went pretty well, better than I thought it would go."
ASMSU panelists were the only ones who saw the racist comments, not any attendees or other livestream viewers. Nonetheless, ASMSU emphasized in the press release that the organization is committed to creating a culture of inclusivity and safety at its events, workplaces and elections.
“A settlement does not buy justice. We are not going away. A settlement does not buy health,” Bourque said. “I thought I was ready, four years later to talk and I can barely speak."
Members of the Board of Trustees acknowledged the public comments made by the swimming and diving community. Trustee Dan Kelly said he is not happy with how the decision was communicated to the community but stands with the decision nonetheless.
“I really want to make sure that I can be the president that you need from me, and that is something that I want to get started on right away,” President-elect of the Associated Students of Michigan State University Georgia Frost said. “I will not let you down.”
The three-day voting period includes the election of the new vice president for finance and operations on April 13, the new vice president for academic affairs and vice president for governmental affairs on April 14 and the new vice president for internal administration and vice president for student allocations on April 15.
MSU's Student Affairs and Services Division conducted a survey that ended on March 14 that aims to understand students' opinions and gain feedback on the Division as a whole.
Michigan State announced today that it is working with the Ingham County Health Department to get a different vaccine due to the Johnson & Johnson recall.
U.S. News has ranked numerous Michigan State graduate programs, including those within the Colleges of Education, Social Science and Business, among the top in the nation.