| January 16, 2019
This week on the Spartan Newsroom update: 30,000 teachers are on strike in Los Angelas due to a shift in the school systems and the government shutdown is having a bigger impact on the U.S. government than previously expected. In more positive news, the winter special olympics kicked off close to home on Tuesday. Watch this episode for all this news and more.
EAST LANSING – Inspired by films beloved by many, ‘Anastasia’ is playing at the Wharton Center’s Cobb Great Hall, January 15-20, 2019 as part of the MSU Federal Credit Union, Broadway at Wharton Center Series. This adaption stems from the 1997 Disney animation version of Anastasia. The story follows a young girl, Anya, on the journey of finding out who she really is.
As Michigan legalizes recreational marijuana, some people are concerned legal use could result increased negative behaviors like underage use.
Soccer for the Michigan State Spartans has finished for this season. However, there is some buzz being created in the Lansing area as the sport continues to grow.
EAST LANSING – Inspired by films beloved by many, ‘Anastasia’ is playing at the Wharton Center’s Cobb Great Hall, January 15-20, 2019 as part of the MSU Federal Credit Union, Broadway at Wharton Center Series. This adaption stems from the 1997 Disney animation version of Anastasia. The story follows a young girl, Anya, on the […]
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