Spotlight Michigan is calling on U of M’s leadership to be held accountable and make changes to prevent these crimes from ever happening again.
“One of the things that I know to be true is that if I was to go and take a look through our local public schools K-12 curricula in regards to history here in America, most everything that we are here for today is left out of the history book,” Ojibwe/Odawa social worker Hunter Genia said.
The Michigan State University Surplus Store and Recycling Center installed a new robotic sorter last week, allowing the facility to categorize recyclables more efficiently and combat staffing shortages.
Units from the Residential and Hospitality Services and the Division of Student Affairs and Services are forming a new consolidated unit called the “Division of Student Life and Engagement.”
On October 7, multiple student and faculty groups gathered to demonstrate against the university's current COVID-19 policies and demand urgent change.
This bill came as a result of General Assembly Rep. for the College of Communication Arts and Sciences Jack Harrison's discovery of the drastic difference in credits needed for each college.
The module, which joined the Relationship Violence & Sexual Misconduct, or RVSM, courses students are already required to take, aims to help establish a “culture of inclusion among all Spartans at MSU.” The training was first implemented last year.
The exhibitions address mass incarceration from the perspective of currently and formerly incarcerated individuals, with pieces focusing heavily on the root causes of incarceration and the struggles that individuals face within the prison system.
After four sister survivors testified against the FBI during a senate judiciary committee hearing on Sept. 15, the Department of Justice is reconsidering its decision not to prosecute agents.
Engineering professor Yiming Deng was formally charged with criminal sexual conduct of the third degree and two counts of criminal sexual conduct of the second degree on Sept. 24.
After two straight years of cancelations, Friday’s homecoming parade was held in person, as students, staff, alumni and community members showed up to watch and participate.