Nutritional sciences junior Dan Bator was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes 12 years ago, and although his medical history was not the sole reason for choosing his major — he said it was a “little push” toward studying nutrition.
Ron Sichau directed cupid’s arrow at his wife of 25 years, but this year it was from a completely different angle. Sichau chose the path of public embarrassment for his wife Denise, ordering a singing valentine to be presented to her at work.
A sunny Saturday brought crowds to Lansing’s Old Town last weekend for the third annual Taste and Tour of Old Town event organized by the Old Town Commercial Association, or OTCA. A ticket to the event bought tourists a food sample from 10 different area restaurants and a tour of 11 lofts.
Lansing resident Richard Aikin has been homeless for three years, walking the streets of Lansing during the day and sleeping at an overnight homeless shelter for men.