Monday, October 3, 2022

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Pi Alpha Phi fraternity member's charges dropped, witnesses react

In connection with the death of MSU student Phat Nguyen, the Ingham Country Prosecutor’s Office dismissed Hoang John Huu Pham’s charges on Sept. 15. "The pledge that died was 100% hazed to death, I will say that,” a witness said. “I saw it first thing — they obviously wouldn’t do it to themselves, somebody made them do it.”

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APASO Rep. pushes bills for renaming campus lab to support Vietnamese community

This hasn’t been a unique experience to MSU. In 2020, the Board of Trustees renamed the Nisbet Human Resources Building after the discovery of Stephen Nisbet's affiliation with the Klu Klux Klan in the 1920s. “It’s shown that Stanley has the power to do this,” Le said. “It’s been shown that the Board of Trustees have the power to do this. So, if they did this to Nisbet, why can’t they do it with Gaynor?”

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MSU upgrades lighting across campus

The new LED lights on campus are brighter and more efficient than before. Other campus safety upgrades coming to campus include fencing along portions of the Red Cedar River and centralizing the security camera system.