Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vetoed four Republican-sponsored bills Sunday evening that would bring about several changes to the state's election process.
The 2022 state budget sees the distribution of several previously enacted social and educational programs, including the yearly education budget passed earlier this year and Futures for Frontliners, a program that provides tuition free community college to certain essential workers who worked during the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Oct. 2, at the Michigan Capitol, a pro-choice rally was held in response to a Texas law that went into effect last month. This Texas law bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy and has no exceptions for victims of sexual abuse.
After two straight years of cancelations, Friday’s homecoming parade was held in person, as students, staff, alumni and community members showed up to watch and participate.
MSU coaches Tom Izzo and Mel Tucker will attend the Xavier DeGroat Autism Foundation dinner at the Breslin Center Oct. 19.
This year, the Book and Paper Show is happening from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Oct. 3 at the Causeway Bay Hotel and Conference Center in Lansing.
Survivors of Nassar and Anderson team up to testify in front of the House Oversight Committee in favor of two house bills making it easier for survivors to report their assaulters and receive justice.
The event gave students the opportunity to meet and make their own stuffed Zeke, the frisbee-catching yellow lab that performs at MSU sporting events.
With a background in architecture and urban planning, city council candidate Daniel Bollman hopes he can bring form-based zoning, which moves buildings closer to the street, to East Lansing, should he be elected. He is running for a four-year term.
Frank Telewski, director of W.J. Beal Botanical Garden and plant biology professor, will be retiring in October 2021. In just under 30 years, Telewski has heavily impacted MSU's plant life through MSU Shadows, leading the legacy of the Beal Seed Experiment and saving several patches of trees throughout campus.