Black Student Alliance Kenny Franklin and City Council Members Dana Watson and Ron Bacon speak on their roles in the East Lansing community for the continued fight for racial justice and equity, and how they celebrate Juneteenth.
In a City Council meeting on Tuesday, June 15, Councilmembers further discussed the report by the Study Committee on an Independent Police Oversight Commission.
Michigan State University’s Board of Trustees approved the 2021-2022 budget, including several increases to MSU’s tuition and fees at their June 18 meeting this morning via Zoom.
Michigan State University will hold its first-ever university-wide celebration of Juneteenth in person on June 19 at Munn Field from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
The university is expecting an incoming freshman class of about 9,600 students, compared to 8,994 in fall 2020. This will be the largest incoming class at MSU in the most recent years.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signs an executive order to ban on MDHHS-funded conversion practices in the state of Michigan.
Newsroom spaces are being sold and more and more student newspapers are going under, but I'm hopeful that The State News is here to stay.
Michigan State University's Board of Trustees will discuss the 2021-22 budget at their June 18 meeting at 8 a.m. via Zoom.
Michigan State University created the coastal thematic research area to study the Great Lakes coastlines in order to understand coastal change and provide information to prevent problems this environment faces.
Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer of Michigan State University Jabbar R. Bennett released an email statement addressing the recent events surrounding the recent defacings of the rock.
The East Lansing Study Committee on an Independent Police Oversight Commission presented reports on EL policing and recommendations for the establishment of an Independent Oversight Commission in a city council meeting on Tuesday, June 8.
Since May 21, the Michigan State University landmark has been defaced six to seven times with the same message, “Boycott your DEI Training.”
“My overall experience with Title IX was complete hell. It was a complete nightmare,” Chrissy Weathersby Ball said. She said her investigation and hearing combined lasted over 400 days, and that the OIE office gave Wakeham numerous extensions, which delayed the investigation.
On May 22, Appling was accused of shooting and killing 66-year-old Clyde Edmonds, to whom Appling is related by marriage, after a verbal altercation turned physical. He was arrested May 24.
Two parents of a former MSU women's basketball player pleaded guilty June 8 to one count of using false pretenses to obtain over $20,000 from Michigan State's Healing Assistance Fund, which was created to cover the medical expenses for the survivors of ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar. Four other people received false pretenses charges.
Ingham County's partnership with MSU for vaccine distribution at the Pavilion for Agriculture and Livestock Education comes to a close on June 8.