Elke Schmidt, the coordinator for Global Health, Safety and Security, or GHSS, said in the 2020-2021 academic year, there were 108 students in 12 countries.
The new STEM building on campus, made from repurposing parts of the old Shaw Lane power plant, is a place for students to learn and collaborate. It contains lab rooms, classrooms and study spaces.
In attempt to fight food insecurity, participants in Sparrow Hospital's new program will then receive a crockpot, a cookbook, groceries and a healthy eating/motivational text message three times a week. Participants will also learn healthy eating tips.
The College Recovery Community, led by coordinator Dawn Kepler, helps students in the MSU community seeking recovery from alcohol or substance use issues by providing a safe space on campus that is free of substances.
According to East Lansing Police Department Deputy Chief Steve Gonzalez, a stabbing near the Ann Street Plaza Sept. 26 resulted in significant yet non-life-threatening injuries.
“This is very bittersweet, but I am excited for this new and unique opportunity to continue doing my life’s work of advancing bold programs and policies that promote the health of all communities,” Michigan's former Chief Medical Executive Dr. Joneigh Khaldun said in a statement.
While students have complained about shortened hours and lack of weekend service at some halls, taking away weekday dinners brought more difficulties for those living in some areas of campus.
The annual Second Amendment March at the Capitol Sept. 23, garnered a variety of gun rights advocates and speakers to advocate for Second Amendment rights.
The Graduate Employees Union protested MSU's COVID-19 policies on Friday night, asking for more reliable contact tracing and flexibility for switching to online instruction.
UNTF president Kate Birdsall kicked the meeting off by explaining her issues with how the university is handling the pandemic in regards to the lack of information they are being given.
All residential dining halls will be closed to the public until further notice. Anyone entering a dining hall must have an MSU issued ID.
"Black people lived in East Lansing and bought homes likely through white proxy-buyers, but Dr. Green sued the Lansing Board of Realtors and then prevailed in that lawsuit, really effectively in being the ability for people to discriminate against you based on your skin color," East Lansing's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Administrator Elaine Hardy said.
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There have been an estimated 145 cases this past week which are related to MSU, according to Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail.
According to the statement from the Michael and Elaine Serling Institute for Jewish Studies and Modern Israel, three antisemitic incidents took place the weekend of Sept. 10.
The National Weather Service predicts a possible rainfall of more than four inches in East Lansing from Tuesday evening through Thursday.