Michigan State students react to spring snow shower

It has now been more than two weeks since the seasonal transition into spring, but it seems mother nature did not get the memo. On April 4, the city of East Lansing experiences 27 mph winds, close to an inch of snowfall and temperature reached a high of 33 degrees Fahrenheit and a low of 23 degrees. In the week ahead, the cold temperature is predicted to remain steady. According to the 10-day weather forecast, East Lansing is expected to receive two more snow showers between now and April 11. Temperatures will not exceed 50 degrees until April 12.

Protesters rally for water quality at the Capitol

The streets of downtown Lansing were full on Mar.17 with a marching protest for better control of our state’s water. This event was organized by a coalition of many groups, all who fight for specific and separate water issues, in hopes to create a snowball effect of change.