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MSU student groups demand university acknowledge Palestinian students, provide resources

Several MSU student groups released a statement calling on the board and administration to acknowledge safety concerns and publicly apologize to Arab and Muslim students. The statement also provides detailed demands that the university provide academic accommodations and mental health resources for affected students and protect students' right to free speech and privacy.


Sole finalist for MSU presidency 'weighing' decision

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz is weighing leaving his current position to become president of Michigan State University, according to a statement provided to The News & Observer. Guskiewicz is the sole remaining finalist after the other dropped out Wednesday evening.


MSU groups hold food drive for student parents

The Spartan Food Security Council is partnering with Sparty’s Kind Kids to run a food drive for student parents and their families who are in the Student Parent Resource Center. The drive will start Nov. 13 and run through Nov. 15. 


MSU board says no secret votes led to Nassar docs decision

In sworn affidavits, all eight MSU trustees say while they did meet “informally” in April to discuss releasing the documents relating to the university’s handling of disgraced ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar, there were no votes or formal actions taken at the closed-door meeting.