Six months after the Feb. 13 shooting at Michigan State University, the family of injured student Guadalupe Huapilla-Perez shared that although her condition has improved, she is still recovering from her injuries and surgeries.
More than six months after the mass shooting on campus, Interim MSU President Teresa Woodruff and Senior Vice President for Student Life & Engagement Vennie Gore shared priorities for the upcoming school year: student safety, security and emotional well-being.
On June 17, thousands of Michiganders flocked to Lansing to attend this year’s Pride celebration in Old Town. For many in the LGBTQ+ community, having the space to celebrate each person’s identity is what makes Pride so important.
Michigan State University announced its plan for the distribution of $2 million donated to the Spartan Strong Fund. The funds will go to the families of the three students who died, the education of the physically injured students and people who witnessed the violence. They will also pay for professionals who responded to the shooting and a memorial on campus.