The major Jewish holiday Passover will overlap with final exams this year, raising concerns among members of MSU’s Jewish community.
If MSU wanted to act on their demands, a complex web of outside asset managers and contractually-bound investments would put the university in a bind – without much control over its own endowment.
In the wake of the Feb. 13, 2023 shooting, Michigan State University received calls from community members asking how they could provide monetary support to those most impacted. In response, MSU established the Spartan Strong Fund, which raised $2 million. Here's where that money has gone so far.
Seven additional individuals have been charged with hazing resulting in death after Phat Nguyen, an MSU business college student died of alcohol intoxication in 2021 at a welcome event at the now-disbanded Pi Alpha Phi fraternity.
Michigan State University’s Board of Trustees approved several agenda items that revise existing university policies and make changes to university infrastructure. That includes leasing two buildings on Hagadorn Road, renovating the packaging building and Campbell Hall, and revising a policy on how the university names buildings and facilities.