Cathleen Fry is an MSU graduate and lives in New Mexico, but she still continues to be an activist and fight for issues happening at the university.
ASMSU is hosting a First Generation Appreciation Week to assist and celebrate MSU’s first generation college students in their unique college experience.
This year, students at Michigan State University founded their own chapter of Students for Orphan Relief, or Orphan Relief, in order to help cater to orphans by providing them with resources.
In the wake of several racist incidents on MSU's campus, different students groups have held several protests, encouraging community members to speak up for justice and change. The protesting students have 10 demands for the university administration.
"Calling me out in front of my predominantly white class, insisting that I need to change my hair because it’s not suitable enough for broadcast is degrading. It’s degrading because, as a black woman myself, I should want to feel welcomed and looked up to you, but I can’t. The simple fact is I am being treated wrongly by my own kind in the worst way possible."
With thefts and crashes amok, students need to know how to be secure and safe on mopeds. Here's what students and police officials have to say about mopeds.
The College of Communication Arts and Sciences hosted a forum Tuesday night following the offensive Sona survey sent out by one of the faculty members of the college.
"With Halloween approaching, I’m here to help you decide if that costume inching its way out from the back of your closet is actually acceptable to wear."
Students gathered in front of the Hannah Administration Building on Sunday afternoon to peacefully protest against the recent racist incidents that have occurred on campus and the university administration's handling of them.
In a resignation letter sent to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Trustee Nancy Schlichting wrote she could no longer serve on the Michigan State University Board of Trustees.
The MSU Board of Trustees addressed the racist incidents that have been reported on campus this past week at their meeting Friday.
In light of the recent racist incidents reported on Michigan State University's campus, two peaceful protests have been scheduled for this upcoming weekend — one on Friday before the Board of Trustees meeting, and one on Sunday.
After an MSU Sona survey with racist, homophobic and transphobic slurs was released and received backlash from the university community, the College of Communication Arts and Sciences announced it will be holding a forum on Oct. 29.
After two reported racist incidents on Michigan State's campus this week, students and members of the community held a forum to discuss their concerns. Two protests are also scheduled for this upcoming weekend.
Community members responded to multiple racial discrimination incidents on MSU's campus and in East Lansing at a community forum.