Category Archives: Education

Red Cedar school closing still up for debate

By Irum Ibrahim Entirely East Lansing Red Cedar Elementary, closed in June, is still an issue at East Lansing School Board meetings. The school and its more than 300 students were up for discussions on Sept. 22 and 23. The … Continue reading

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Bailey Community Center future to be voted on

By Chris Hauler Entirely East Lansing The agenda was jam packed. Dozens of East Lansing citizens filled City Hall council chambers the city’s monthly work session. While the council had a long list of items to discuss, the large crowd … Continue reading

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International students increase business in East Lansing

By Ipshita Moitra Entirely East Lansing Staff writer The number of international students at Michigan State University has boomed in the past 10 years and so have options for shoppers and diners. In 2004, MSU had 3,315 international students. That … Continue reading

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Facility for Rare Isotope Beams breaks ground at MSU

By Richie Carni Entirely East Lansing staff writer EAST LANSING—The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams officially broke ground on March 17. FRIB, which will be built on MSU’s campus, is the only facility of its kind in the country. Michigan … Continue reading

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Michigan Department of Education: why you should be concerned

By Rachel Tang Entirely East Lansing Staff Writer Tammy Baumann, East Lansing director of educational services, said, “pretty much everyone in education, including outside of education, the publishers, the textbook companies, literally everyone who touches education, has been affected by … Continue reading

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East Lansing Film Festival prepares to accept submissions

By Richie Carni Entirely East Lansing staff writer EAST LANSING—Submissions for the 17th East Lansing Film Festival will be accepted starting in April. Filmmakers statewide can submit their work for the festival, which begins in the last week of October. … Continue reading

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Weekend Survival Kit program works to feed kids in need

By Richie Carni Entirely East Lansing staff writer EAST LANSING—The Weekend Survival Kit program is operating again this school year. The program helps provide for underprivileged elementary schoolchildren by donating backpacks full of food and delivering them to area schools. … Continue reading

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School board examines challenges facing high school

By Nichole Igwe Entirely East Lansing staff writer The East Lansing school board on Feb. 10 studied an online survey completed by high school parents on challenges that the school. The board addresses low morale attributed to a changing education … Continue reading

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Weather causes high school to work around snow days

By Richie Carni Entirely East Lansing staff writer EAST LANSING—The heavy snowfall and freezing temperatures have caused difficulties for students and staff at East Lansing High School as they transition into the new semester. Clifford Seybert, superintendent at East Lansing … Continue reading

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International students adapt to East Lansing

By Kate Kerbrat Entirely East Lansing staff member Mary Lou Turnbull is one of the first people that international students at East Lansing High School get to work with. As the ESL—English as a Second Language—teacher for both the high … Continue reading

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