In May of 2022, Michigan State University and the State News alumnus Aaron Foley debuted his book "Boys Come First," a novel exploring the lives of three gay friends from Detroit. Now, the book has reaching new heights, after Amazon bought its rights with the intention of adapting it into a TV series.
If you've scrolled through TikTok or Instagram in the past few months, you may have come videos that involve enthusiastic influencers running up to a random passerby, shoving a mic in their face and then asking a slew of questions, like "how much rent do you pay," or "can you rate how attractive this girl is?" MSU legal experts and students weighed in on whether the trend is an invasion of privacy or not.
Across the globe, many countries have different workplace customs and expectations that dictate how employees can balance their work and social lives. For many international students at Michigan State University, American workplace expectations can often require an adjustment.