Senate Confirms MSU's Lisa Cook As The First Black Woman On Fed BoardThe Senate on Tuesday confirmed Lisa Cook to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, becoming the first African American woman to be a member of the panel.
Michigan State University Opens Facility For Rare Isotope Beams On May 2Michigan State University hosted the ribbon cutting and grand opening of its new state-of-the-art Facility for Rare Isotope Beams.
Michigan State University Dropping Mask Policy In Classrooms, Still Requiring VaccinesMichigan State University announced on Friday it will be dropping its mask policy during class in academic and research labs.
Death Of Brendan Santo Ruled As Accidental, Medical Examiner SaysThe Ingham County Medical Examiner's Office concluded that 18-year-old Brendan Santo died of an accidental drowning.
Judge Tosses Rest Of Lawsuit Challenging Michigan State University Vaccine MandateA federal judge has tossed the remainder of a lawsuit challenging Michigan State University's COVID-19 vaccination requirement.
After 2 Losses, AG Nessel Won't Appeal Nassar-Related CaseState prosecutors said Monday they won't appeal a decision that derailed charges against the former president of Michigan State University who was accused of lying to investigators about sexual assault complaints against Larry Nassar.
Michigan State University Museum Joins Smithsonian Communities ProgramThe Michigan State University Museum has been selected to participate in a year-long Smithsonian Institution initiative designed to connect communities.
Women Win An Appeal In Dispute Over Ending Michigan State University Swim TeamSwimmers who are trying to revive the women's team at Michigan State University were thrown a partial life ring Tuesday by a federal appeals court.
Meningitis Case At MSU Frat Party Prompts Antibiotic Distribution In East LansingMichigan State University and health officials are distributing antibiotics to people who attended a fraternity party after a person at the party tested positive for bacterial meningitis.
Body Found In Red Cedar River Identified As Brendan Santo, MSU Police SayA body found Friday in the Red Cedar River has been confirmed as that of 18-year-old Brendan Santo, who vanished on Oct. 29 while visiting the Michigan State University campus, police said.
4 Michigan Universities Receive $1.8 Million To Expand Sequencing For COVID-19, Other DiseasesFour Michigan universities are receiving $18.5 million in federal funding for the next two years to collect and analyze genomic data to address infectious disease threats.