Category Archives: Government

Same-sex couples speak up after judicial ruling in March

By Richie Carni and Jalen Dann Entirely East Lansing staff writers EAST LANSING–In the wake of the ruling on same-sex marriage on March 22, 2014, and the hold that was placed shortly after, many same-sex couples have found themselves in … Continue reading

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East Lansing BRT opens its design studio doors

By Jalen A. Dann Entirely East Lansing staff writer Construction alone of the BRT could reach a staggering $195 million. The East Lansing Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) design team is welcoming the public of East Lansing to view its design … Continue reading

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Crystal Awards to honor East Lansing’s best

By Jalen Anthony Dann Entirely East Lansing staff writer “I’m most excited to see who people nominated,” said Assistant to the City Manager Megan Clark, “Then it’s always fun to see why they’re choosing to help out the community.” The … Continue reading

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City supports regional control of Lansing Board of Water and Light

By Katie Stiefel Entirely East Lansing staff writer The Lansing Board of Water and Light was among the topics discussed on Feb. 18 at the East Lansing City Council meeting. Tuesday’s meeting concluded with the approval of the resolution in … Continue reading

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East Lansing seeks volunteers for boards

By Nichole Igwe Entirely East Lansing staff writer The city of East Lansing is looking for community members to volunteer on a few of its advisory commissions and boards. The Arts Commission and the Board of Review are two of … Continue reading

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Campus precincts see low voter turnout

By Kate Kerbrat Entirely East Lansing staff writer Cindy Atkinson worked her first election on Nov. 5 at IM Sports West, the new voting location for precinct 15. However, she had little opportunity to put her new training to use, … Continue reading

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City council election winners are ready to work

By Erin Hampton Entirely East Lansing staff writer After the vigorous campaigning for the Nov. 5 East Lansing City Council election, winners Ruth Beier, Susan W. Woods and Kathleen Boyle are relieved to be finished with campaigning and ready to … Continue reading

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School boundaries a concern for East Lansing parents

            By Max King The East Lansing School Board will make a decision November 11 on whether the district will re-align the five elementary and middle school boundaries. Parents of children who attend these schools … Continue reading

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East Lansing City Council candidate Samantha Artley

By Lilli Khatibi Entirely East Lansing Candidates running for East Lansing City Council all support student involvement. One candidate in particular, Samantha Artley, has a unique outlet: communication through Greek life. Artley, 22, is a 2012 graduate of the James … Continue reading

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East Lansing City Council candidate Kathleen Boyle

By Erin Hampton Entirely East Lansing writer Kathleen Boyle an running in the Nov. 5 election to complete the remainder of a four-year term on the East Lansing City Council. Boyle has served on the City Council for two years … Continue reading

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