Media literacy week gives an opportunity to discuss the structure of The State News and how we operate both as a newsroom and as a business.
While the presidential race is important, it is essential that we don’t only consider the weight of our vote in the context of the presidential election.
When considering a major change, there a few things that should go through your head. Whether you make the switch or not, think about these things and how they relate to your situation.
So for now, Rema Vassar alone has our endorsement. We believe she can bring the change we want to see in the Board of Trustees.
"The fact that OIE does not follow up with students who had to file an in depth, emotionally exhausting, report is unacceptable and appalling, and needs to be changed immediately. Students deserve to know what is being done, if anything, about their report," Shulman said.
None of us can afford any further setbacks or other obstacles that will worsen the situation for all of us.
"It's not that hard — take it easy on the partying this semester, bring our numbers down and be good humans," MSU alumna Kristin Bellar said.
Telling college students that you can do dangerous things because you're a college student only enables them to continue to do so.
I can’t control what the person next to me does. All I can control is myself. Every decision, whether it be responsible or reckless, has a consequence that could potentially impact the greater community. Remember that, and remember personal accountability saves us all from having to play the blame game.
That’s what made Boseman a real superhero. It’s not because he dressed up in a suit. It’s not because he saved an entire tribe; it’s because he gave people hope, as King T’Challa. As Jackie Robinson. As James Brown. As Thurgood Marshall. Boseman was the representation that Hollywood was lacking and those on their way still searched for.