In a webinar hosted on Tuesday night for incoming students and their parents, President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. addressed concerns about what fall move in and beginning of the year activities will look like.
As decisions are made, Beauchamp said the task force will continue monitoring COVID-19 case trends locally and statewide, the availability of personal protection equipment, the ability to test and protect individuals, as well as communication with local health care systems to ensure the ability to take care of faculty, staff and students, among other factors.
East Lansing City Council passed Ordinance 1488 on Tuesday granting the mayor the power to limit public gatherings in the event of a state of emergency. Among discussions, council invited community members from local restaurants, the health department, MSU and city staff to discuss how to keep businesses running and health a priority as students return to campus in the midst of a pandemic.
International students with all online classes are at risk of being unable to stay in the U.S. under the new regulations released by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
While some students fully support Whitmer and her executive orders, others understand why the public has become frustrated.
The philosophy behind the new guidelines stem from recent research that demonstrates that routine traffic stops, and general traffic enforcement can result in contrasting interactions for “some members of our community."
The order comes after 139 cases of COVID-19 have been linked to Harper's Restaurant and Brewpub in East Lansing since it momentarily reopened in June.
Black the Vote’s purpose is to carry the Black Lives Matter movement beyond the protests by dismantling the systems they have seen fail them.
Four, female Black student body presidents write a letter to Big Ten universities regarding recent acts of racism throughout the country.
Birdsong said that the group was being followed by multiple people from the Michigan Militia, who had been following them the past few weeks.
Here's a collection of COVID-19 testing sites in the Lansing area, varying in terms of cost, appointments and whether you're required to have present symptoms or not.
The support for reform comes after the governor voiced her support for continued education and diversity and implicit bias training for police officers, in addition to more comprehensive reporting on the use of force by police departments earlier this month.