East Lansing City Council opened up discussions for enforcing social distancing and mask requirements at their June 23 meeting, following news of an outbreak linked to Harper’s Restaurant and Brewpub that morning.
The recommendation was made in accordance with the Academic Governance Steering Committee and Interim Provost Teresa Sullivan, following the resignation of Stephen Hsu.
Following at least 34 COVID-19 cases linked to the establishment, Harper's owners outline safety precautions that have been implemented.
Protesters marched from the East Lansing Police Department (ELPD) to the Cowles House, the historic home of the university president.
Dr. Jack Lipton from the College of Human Medicine will be giving a presentation on the “innovation, adaptation, and scaling up” of COVID-19 testing.
Harper’s Restaurant and Brewpub announced in a post Monday night they would be temporarily closing to ensure the safety of staff and customers. At least 14 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in relation to the restaurant.
In the wake of a global pandemic and a human rights movement, mental health matters though it is often put second to other types of wellness. MSU students share their experiences with balancing activism and mental health.
This ruling involves multiple cases in which an employer allegedly fired an employee for being gay or transgender. Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, it is held this is unlawful.
Hundreds gathered on Saturday evening, the day after Juneteenth, a celebration of the ending of slavery, at Lansing’s City Hall Plaza for the Black Lives Matter’s “Community Call to Action.”