Saturday, April 20, 2024



Four MSU stories you missed over break

The holiday break is an excellent opportunity to unwind and unplug from the real world. But as our much needed period of rest comes to a close and we settle back into life in East Lansing, here are four pieces of MSU news to catch you up on what you missed over break. 


'Healing at our pace': MSU students protest reopening of Berkey Hall

Students gathered outside the Hannah Administration Building on Monday to protest the reopening of Berkey Hall, one of the sites of the Feb. campus shooting that killed three and injured five. Monday marked the first day that classes have been held in the building since the shooting, which occurred nearly a year ago.


MSU commits to release findings of Tracy leak probe

Michigan State University will publicly release the findings of an outside investigation into who at the university may have leaked the identity of Brenda Tracy, the rape survivor and advocate who the university found to have been sexually harassed by fired football coach Mel Tucker. 


MSU's Anti-Discrimination Policy: What it covers and its limitations

If students, faculty and staff experience discrimination at Michigan State University, reporting their experience to the Office of Civil Rights is a click away. But misinformation and a lack of education on the university’s Anti-Discrimination Policy, or ADP, can prevent community members – often students – from doing so.