Coronavirus In Michigan: MSU Suspends In-Person Classes Until April 20MSU says during this time period, students doing purely remote work can return to their permanent place of residence, and they strongly encourage this because there are advantages for social distancing.
Kathie Klages Trial Expected To End FridayIf convicted, Kathie Klages faces up to four years in prison. 
Opening Statements, Witness Testimony Begins In MSU Former Gymnastics Coach TrialOpening statements and witness testimony started Tuesday in the trial of former Michigan State University Gymnastics Coach Kathie Klages. 
MSU Football Hires New CoachMichigan State Football just landed its new head coach.
CW50 Gets MSU President To Respond To Campus Racism ClaimsMSU President Samuel Stanley released a letter, recognizing the claims and promises to address inclusion issues.
MSU Students Upset By Controversial Display At University Gift ShopA Michigan State University gift shop is receiving backlash from black students after a controversial display just before Black History Month.
Federal Appeals Court Rules In Favor Of Michigan State On Its Handling Of Assault CasesA federal appeals court on Thursday ruled in favor of Michigan State University and dismissed a lawsuit by four students who said they suffered because of how the school handled their sexual assault complaints.
'Fish Vampires' Attaching To Trout In The Great LakesA 12-year project at Michigan State University has set out to learn just how invasive species affect the Great Lakes and its trout population.
A MSU Football Player's Parents Died Before His Senior Day. So He Walked Onto The Field With His 2 DogsIt's tradition in college football for seniors to emerge from the tunnel for the final game of their collegiate career and run onto the field to one last ovation, an event players usually celebrate with family.
Michigan State Exhibit Showcases Black Travelers' Green BookA new exhibit at Michigan State University is built around a 20th century guidebook that black motorists relied on during the segregation era to find places where they could safely sleep, eat, shop or find services while traveling.
Ex-Michigan State President To Stand Trial; Trustee QuitsA judge on Monday ordered former Michigan State University President Lou Ann Simon to stand trial on charges that she lied to police about her knowledge of a sexual misconduct complaint against now-imprisoned sports doctor Larry Nassar.