CATA CEO apologizes to students displaced by buses on night of Feb. 13
Capital Area Transportation Authority, or CATA, CEO Bradley Funkhouser apologized for the experiences of some students on the night of Feb. 13, when they were displaced after a shelter-in-place order was put out during a shooting on campus.
University updates on Berkey and Union; law enforcement on shooter details
Officials updated the community on Berkey Hall and The Union, the sites of Monday’s mass shooting, as well as additional information on the shooter.
Michigan legislators pledge 'change' in wake of MSU shooting
In the wake of MSU's mass shooting on Feb. 13, lawmakers in both the state House and Senate pledged "change," with Senate Majority Leader Winnie Brinks promising "common sense gun control."
The coveted catch: A look into Michigan's shortest fishing season
Each year, hundreds of anglers trek to Black Lake for the opportunity to catch one of the six lake sturgeon. This year's season only lasted one hour and five minutes.
Despite 2022 turbulence, anti-abortion students remain determined
2022 was a trying time for anti-abortion advocates. Despite tasting victory once, Michigan groups like Protect Life and Right to Life once again find themselves united to fight for "victims of abortion."