Wednesday night, the MSU Paranormal Society teamed up with Campus Archaeology to lead their annual "Apparitions and Archaeology: A Haunted Campus Tour" event.
“Losing that back parking lot is the big thing... It’s more difficult for people to find parking. Obviously construction is concerning, people will eventually get used to it.”
Volunteers at Precinct 12, located in the Lake Huron Room on the third floor of the Union, joked that in a past East Lansing election only nine voters showed up, so they had beaten their past record.
MSU is home to 419 international and exchange students from South Korea and 76 from Japan, another nation in North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s crosshairs. As tensions increase between the U.S. and the reclusive east Asian nation, how are MSU’s Korean and Japanese students reacting to the potential threat of war?