After ASMSU held their general assembly meeting on Thursday, members held a discussion regarding whether or not the organization should call for Trustee George Perles' resignation.
As midterm elections are approaching, many different student groups are trying to get as many students registered to vote as possible. ASMSU is investing in different initiatives to reach this goal.
MSU has received a multimillion-dollar gift for the Jewish Studies Program. The contribution is from Michael and Elaine Serling, who have previously donated to the program, and it will help fund research, internship opportunities, activities and more.
ASMSU had their first committee meetings of the 2018-19 academic year on Thursday, Sept. 13, where the group went over voter registration, the presidential search process and more. An informal meeting was also held to discuss the recent lawsuit filed against MSU.
ASMSU called an informal meeting after its first committee meetings of the semester in light of the recent lawsuit filed against MSU, which alleges that ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar drugged and raped a former MSU athlete and MSU Trustee George Perles interfered in an investigation into the abuse.