"I think we should always be having these conversations, not just here. I hope that people take the conversations and the events this week outside of campus on to their lives beyond college, out into the Lansing community, back to their homes," POE Prevention Specialist Leah Short said.
Laverne Cox — actress and LGBTQ+ advocate — gave a speech at Michigan State Tuesday night in honor of It's On Us: Week of Action.
MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. is restructuring the colleges of Human Medicine, Nursing and Osteopathic Medicine to better align in patient care, education and research.
Formerly known as the MSU Sexual Assault Program, the MSU Center for Survivors aims to better represent the services and support offered on campus.
Laverne Cox, actress, producer, writer and equal rights advocate, will be the keynote speaker for It's On Us Week of Action.