Friday, December 1, 2023



How one muralist is uniting Lansing with one brushstroke

“In Lansing specifically, I feel like we’ve had a self-esteem problem for a little bit,” Pulver said. “It’s been fun to see us coming around to the other side of that and a renewed gritty sense of pride in our city. That’s something I deeply relate to and want to convey. To be able to do that in my hometown is something that’s really cool for me.”


MSU trustee, search committee chair concedes to president search criticism

Trustee and Presidential Search Committee Chair Dennis Denno released a statement saying he “misspoke” last month when he said the Board of Trustees may ultimately select a candidate who doesn’t receive the committee’s endorsement. Denno's statement followed multiple criticisms from MSU faculty and students regarding his comments, some of which he addressed in the statement.


Gender equity review shows inadequacies, inequalities in MSU athletics

An independent review of MSU's athletic department found that female athletes did not receive as much financial assistance and had less access to sports-related resources in proportion to their male counterparts. The report also noted complaints of inferior brand materials, subpar facilities and scheduling conflicts. MSU will use the review to bring the department to "full Title IX compliance" by the 2026-2027 school year.