ASMSU kicked off the second annual Mental Health Awareness Week Monday in the Student Services Center. The week aims to "release the stigma around mental health, educate students on resources available to them, and continue to advocate for increased mental health resources on campus."
“When I had strep throat, I still went to all of my classes because I feared getting behind and I didn’t want to lose those attendance points."
A new federal lawsuit accuses MSU's Office of Institutional Equity of dissuading a student from reporting instances of sexual assault.
Nov. 5 marked local elections all over the state. The State News’ city desk collaborated on comprehensive coverage of candidate profiles, election results and voter turnout. Campus reporter SaMya Overall wrote about how some students are left behind when figuring things out. Campus General Assignment Reporter Wendy Guzman followed a rally hosted by DreaMSU.
ASMSU hosted a student panel to discuss ways to enhance the experience of first-generation students as part of First Generation Student Appreciation Week Wednesday night.
To keep students interested in history courses after they have completed their prerequisites, Mark Waddell created a history course about witchcraft, astrology, alchemy and more.
ASMSU is hosting a First Generation Appreciation Week this week. Tuesday night, there was a roundtable discussion that confronted first generation student concerns and experiences.