Resident assistants, intercultural aides, community coordinators and residence education staff members gathered at the rock on Farm Lane Monday morning to kick off the second annual MSU Day of Service: Taking it to the Streets.
Among ASMSU nearly losing its funding, an academic building fire and a sexual assault suspect on the loose, summer in East Lansing was nothing short of eventful.
- How GOP can appeal to me
- Mich. colleges show low price hike
- Rosetta Stone not good substitute
- Study results could prove valuable to online courses
- Guantanamo needs to go
- To post or not to post?
- Too young to preach
- Don’t try this at home
- Say it, don’t spray it
- Not only Americans are spoiled
- 'The busy trap'
- Making strides
- Is tea becoming the new coffee?
- St. Patrick's Day celebrations largely the same as in the past
- Fourth movie could be released in 'Toy Story' series
- Fergie, husband Duhamel expecting first child
- Could technical issues with D2L foreshadow future problems?
- Women's track and field athletes bring home hardware following weekend
- Women's swimming and diving team beats Oakland; men's team loses
- Men's and women's track teams fall to Michigan