It's no secret that MSU's policies of handling sexual assault need revision — which is why in the past few months, MSU has announces numerous changes to the ways sexual assault is handled on campus.
In a year of vast divide over patriotism, nationalism and the economic direction of the country, only Hillary Clinton has stood as the realistic candidate for president of the United States. She has delivered time and again a levelheaded approach, based on pragmatism and a nod toward bipartisanship, in her political record.
MSU has one of the best basketball and football programs in the Big Ten, but you wouldn't be able to tell by the state of our intramural sports facilities. While star quarterbacks and point guards enjoy top of the line fields and courts, regular students are left with run-down buildings and pathetic equipment to use. At other universities, students enjoy amenities like lazy rivers, rock climbing walls, and even free kayaking lessons. So the burning question on our minds is: why do our facilities suck so much? Last year, with the introduction of a new provost, MSU launched the healthy campus initiative, aimed at making "MSU one of the healthiest places to live and work." During the last year students have heard healthy campus initiative tossed around regarding such things as a new tobacco ban on campus, different ways of tackling the stresses of college, and confronting mental health in a constructive way.
On May 5th, Proposal 1 passed and marijuana was decriminalized in the city of East Lansing. The time is finally here and you can light up in the streets right?
For months, millions of Americans have lambasted the country’s two prominent political party choices for President decrying Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton as consistently untrustworthy and Republican candidate Donald Trump as a know-nothing narcissist.