Two business students sue former professor, MSU administrators over required subscription
MSU business sophomores Nolan Radomski and Nathan Barbieri filed a lawsuit against former professor Amy Wisner alleging that a $99 subscription to Wisner's organization, "The Rebellion," that was required as a course material violated their religious beliefs.
Northern lights spotted in East Lansing, may be visible throughout the year
The northern lights were visible across East Lansing on April 27 as a geomagnetic storm hits Earth. MSU astronomy professor Horace Smith explains solar cycles and why we may see more of the aurora this year.
Sprinkler system causes flooding in men's wing of Butterfield Hall
For resources or compensation for damaged items caused by the flooding, Cooper said students should contact their facilities manager through the Live On website or by calling (517) 884-5483.
Student journalists detail 'nerve-wracking' experiences with social anxiety
Social anxiety disorder impacts much of the population, making simple tasks such as asking for directions a burden. But within this group of adults are a subset of people who aren't usually in the conversation of social anxiety: student journalists.
From East Lansing to Birmingham, Alabama: NABJ gears up for the 2023 National Black Journalism convention
“NABJ isn’t just another RSO on campus, it's a family," NABJ President Lily Cross said. "We like to call each other 'NABJ Fam' and at the end of the day it's NABJ Fam all the way until August and past August and after you cross the stage at the Breslin. We welcome one and all.”