As MSU enters another semester online, students endured sub-freezing temperatures, impossibly long lines and the ever-present threat of COVID-19 to celebrate their first week back in classes at the bars.
“They made it possible for me as a Black girl to go to any school that I want, and they made that sacrifice as teenagers,” Chairperson of the MLK Mid-Michigan commission Elaine Hardy said.
“The bare facts are: Brendan is missing, needs to be found and brought back home,” Dawn Brewer, Brendan Santo’s aunt, said in an email.
"We have a significant surge in cases," Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail said. "The highest percent positivity we've seen."
The bills, if signed into law, would make it illegal to sell or possess an ammo magazine capable of containing more than 10 bullets. Exceptions are made for police, active military members and those who own a high-capacity magazine purchased before the law went into effect and reported their ownership to local authorities.
“They think they can pull you out, put somebody else in and it’s not going to make any difference,” striker Anthony Kerns said. “Well, we found out it does make a difference.”
The special elections will replace seats previously held by Rep. Andrea Schroeder, R-Independence Township, who passed away in early October, and those held by Rep. Doug Wozniak, R-Shelby Township, and Rep. Mark Huizenga, R-Walker, who both resigned after being elected to the Michigan State Senate.
While Apple air tags may be useful in finding misplaced car keys, MSU student Brooke Miller was surprised to find that she had been traveling with an air tag that was not hers.