Agenda topics included revisions to the discipline and dismissal policy for tenured faculty and spring semester COVID-19 updates.
Public commenters and trustee members discussed a variety of issues about campus leadership at the Board of Trustees meeting on Feb. 11.
“The economy is pretty complex, kind of like a spider web,” Michigan State University economy professor Charles Ballard said. “If you touch a spider web over here, the whole thing shakes.”
Another order, detailing quarantine and isolation procedures for close contacts in school settings, is also set to be repealed.
IPF communications and learning manager Fred Woodhams said the temporary fencing is 2,200 linear feet and located behind the Kellogg Center spanning to Beal Street and the intersection with West Circle Drive.
Jakob Levengood from the Sunrise MSU Core Team Divestment explained that divestment from fossil fuels is the "halting of investment in companies that engage directly in or profit off the exploration, refinement, transportation, and distribution of fossil fuels."
The Student Allocations Board, comprised entirely of MSU undergraduates, is responsible for deciding to what groups receive ASMSU's designated RSO funds.
Wing lovers can rejoice: East Lansing is getting a new "Wing Joint" on Grand River. The Detroit Wing Company is expected to open later this year, where they will offer a selection of wings tossed with one of their 19 signature sauces.
The Board of Trustees plans to meet for the first time this semester on Friday, Feb. 11 at 8 a.m. in room 401 of the Hannah Administration Building.
“We’re just out throwing down, seeing who can do the coolest trick,” communication leadership and strategy freshman Lucas King said.
Founder and now CEO Adam Green started up UniServices in September 2021 to help MSU students make money based on everyday tasks and chores on a flexible schedule.
The Fisheries and Wildlife Club at the university has taken the initiative to prolong and enrich the stay of peregrine falcons on campus, as well as expose their existence to MSU students, staff and faculty.
Black Student Alliance, or BSA, will be hosting their second annual Black Love week starting Monday, Feb. 7- Sunday, Feb. 11 in collaboration with several student organizations on campus. This year’s theme, “The Black Playlist” was inspired by how impactful music can be in relationships.
“I just hope future first generations don’t have to go through this constant battle with somebody that’s supposed to be there to help you,” criminal justice senior Ross Luna said.
Workers at the Lake Lansing Street and Kerry Street Starbucks have filed with the National Labor Relations Board to have a union election, joining a wave of Starbucks stores across the country doing the same.