Lansing Community College suspends operations due to cybersecurity concerns
Lansing Community College is suspending college operations immediately, which will continue until March 17, due to a potential cybersecurity incident.
A comprehensive look at police response to the MSU mass shooting
MSU Vice President of Police and Public Safety Marlon Lynch and FBI Michigan Special Agent In-Charge Jim Tarasca break down the police response to the Feb. 13 mass shooting on campus.
Lansing coffee shop closes until March 3 due to hateful letter
Strange Matter Coffee, a Queer-women-owned business, announced on March 1 that their two shops, located in Eastside and downtown Lansing, would be closed until March 3 due to a ten-page letter filled with hate speech.
Unable to go home, some international students feel unsafe after MSU shooting
International students at Michigan State University could not go home following the Feb. 13 mass shooting on campus. Some, housed by their friends and roommates, were able to escape elsewhere.
Chicago Spartans honor MSU mass shooting victims and survivors at candlelight vigil
It was a somber Saturday evening in Chicago, Ill., nearly one week after the mass shooting on Michigan State University's campus on Monday, Feb. 13. MSU alumni north of Michigan gathered for a candlelight vigil in memory of Brian Fraser, Alexandria Verner, Arielle Anderson, the five students injured and those who survived.