Data from Michigan State's counseling screening shows that 44% of students reported some degree of suicidal ideation within a two-week period. Through education and awareness, the community can help.
The 1909: Two newcomers elected to East Lansing City Council, DreaMSU rally, First-generation student perspective11/08/2019 8:39pm
Nov. 5 marked local elections all over the state. The State News’ city desk collaborated on comprehensive coverage of candidate profiles, election results and voter turnout. Campus reporter SaMya Overall wrote about how some students are left behind when figuring things out. Campus General Assignment Reporter Wendy Guzman followed a rally hosted by DreaMSU.
Welcome to Houselights The State News arts and entertainment podcast. In the series opener, The State News joined Mason Ramsey on his 2019 How's Ur Girl & How's Ur Family Tour PT. 2 Oct. 31 at The Loft in Lansing, Mich.
The 1909: Ex-MSU President Simon to trial, MSU President Stanley agrees to demands in light of racist incidents, EL election preview11/03/2019 12:35pm
This week after backlash from the campus community over a series of racist incidents at MSU, President Samuel Stanley agreed to meet with minority leaders on campus. An Eaton County judge ruled that former MSU President Lou Anna k Simon’s case will go to trial. In addition to covering breaking news stories like the resignation of MSU Trustee Nancy Schlichting, The State News has covered the upcoming city council election in East Lansing.
The 1909 talks peaceful protests after multiple racist incidents occur on Michigan State University's campus along with the dismissal of a sexual assault case that was reported at Phi Gamma Delta over homecoming weekend.