MSU’s Wharton Center for Performing Arts hosted the Lansing Symphony Orchestra and their performance of "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone" in concert.
For many, before the Feb. 13 shooting on Michigan State University's campus, Grand River Avenue was a safe place to be. Since then, however, many East Lansing businesses have had to make accommodations and create precautions to prepare for a emergent safety threats.
East Lansing Film Festival's opening night features documentaries, shorts ahead of week-long activities
The East Lansing Film Festival, or ELFF, has officially started and is taking place in Meridian Mall's Studio C! Celebration Theater until Nov. 16, marking the event's 26th anniversary. During the festival's opening night yesterday, community members filled the theater with complimentary popcorn and brochures explaining each film in hand, after walking a small red carpet to get inside the theater – a mirrored appreciation for the movie-watchers and their support for the independent films.
'Stand in solidarity with the people of Palestine': Professors, student leaders urge MSU community to take action
Students supporting Palestinians said they plan to continue fighting, protesting and calling state representatives and urging them to a ceasefire.
Walking along the outskirts of the Michigan Capitol building, hundreds of anti-abortion supporters and activists joined together in a “March for Life" rally, hosted and organized by Michigan Right to Life, at noon today. The rally was arranged to be held a year after the 2022 Ballot Proposal 3, or the Right to Reproductive Freedom Initiative, which placed the right to abortion care into Michigan constitutional law, was passed. Earlier Wednesday morning, Right to Life filed a lawsuit against Proposal 3, arguing that the abortion access violates federal constitutional rights.