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MSU

Sorority remembers U student with tournament

It’s been three years since psychology freshman Karen King was murdered while on winter break.And on Sunday, several fraternities, sororities and athletes came to campus to remember Saginaw’s King - and to play some soccer.The Chi Omega sorority sponsored the first annual Karen King Chi Omega Kick Off, with 17 fraternities participating.

MSU

Clown shows alcohol risks

Putting on face paint, riding a unicycle and juggling may not seem like proper ways to get the message out about the dangers of drugs and alcohol - but Bill Ross gets the job done. The clown, juggler and professional actor will be bringing his talents to MSU today for his show, “Last Call: A Sobering Look at Alcohol Abuse.” The 8 p.m.

MICHIGAN

Lansing Web site offers updated information

LANSING - With election day coming, Lansing City Clerk Marilynn Slade is anticipating a slew of phone calls from residents who don’t know where to vote.But that could change.Along with other changes to the city of Lansing’s Web site, the page for the city clerk has added a feature where residents can find their precinct location.“Anybody that’s registered to vote in the city of Lansing can put their street address and find where to vote,” Slade said.

MSU

Olin outlines rules for campus smokers

The campus is a bit more colorful today thanks to Olin Health Center advocates’ Community Action Team. The team, known as CAT chalked off smoke-free areas around campus buildings Sunday, with slogans such as “Fresh Air is the Best Air,” “Clean Air Zone” and “Lungs at Work.” Smokers are asked not to smoke within a 30-foot arc of the entrance into any campus building.

MICHIGAN

ACLU hosts summit for activist students at Capitol

LANSING - Michigan college students involved with activism and advocacy attended a summit at the state Capitol on Saturday.About 50 students attended the American Civil Liberties Union’s second annual Michigan summit - a gathering to inform students of the ACLU’s purpose and establish networks between members.“Much more important than the quantity of students there was the broad contacts made,” said Aaron Allen, president of the MSU ACLU chapter.

MICHIGAN

Man in jail after driving stolen van

A 21-year-old man is being held in the Ingham County Jail on bond following a Saturday afternoon car chase.At 12:35 p.m., an MSU police officer noticed a man driving a stolen minivan on campus near Harrison Avenue and Trowbridge Road, MSU police Lt.

MICHIGAN

Polls expect more voters

State officials are predicting about 63 percent of registered Michigan voters will cast their votes in this year’s presidential election Tuesday. The 63 percent expected to turn out is a significant increase from the 1996 presidential election voter turnout, said Julie Pierce, spokeswoman for the secretary of state.

MICHIGAN

Delta Tau Delta reinstated

Members of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity have good reason to celebrate this weekend - three years after losing their national charter they will have it reinstated Saturday. The fraternity had their charter revoked three years ago by the national chapter because of lack of members and finances.

MICHIGAN

APASO power rally kicks off conference

A rally and march from the rock on Farm Lane will highlight a weekend full of activities for Asian and Pacific American students today at 4 p.m.This is the ninth year the Asian Pacific American Student Organization will host its fall conference.

MICHIGAN

APASO power rally kicks off conference

A rally and march from the rock on Farm Lane will highlight a weekend full of activities for Asian and Pacific American students today at 4 p.m. This is the ninth year the Asian Pacific American Student Organization will host its fall conference.

MSU

APASO power rally kicks off conference

A rally and march from the rock on Farm Lane will highlight a weekend full of activities for Asian and Pacific American students today at 4 p.m. This is the ninth year the Asian Pacific American Student Organization will host its fall conference.

MICHIGAN

New café supplies healthy foods

LANSING - Students who like to eat roasted garlic greens can relish their taste buds at a new restaurant opening in the Frandor Shopping Center. The Better Health Café, located within The Better Health Store, 305 N.

MSU

Olin lights up awareness week

Jonathan Kermiet says students need to be much more aware about the dangers of tobacco use. Lucky for the Olin Health Center health educator, Monday kicks off Tobacco Awareness Week.