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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
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
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
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
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
By Kate Kerbrat Entirely East Lansing staff writer City Council candidate Ruth Beier has history with East Lansing. She received her bachelor’s degree in economics from Michigan State University, where she also played for the varsity basketball team. She returned … Continue reading
By Lindsay Benson Entirely East Lansing staff writer The second charrette, a design and planning workshop, to revamp the East Lansing Park District was held at the Eli and Edythe Broad Museum on Wednesday, Oct. 16. East Lansing city council … Continue reading
Kate Kerbrat Entirely East Lansing staff writer The first government shutdown in 17 years began Oct. 1 when Congress failed to pass a budget for the fiscal year. The shutdown caused all non-essential federal employees to be furloughed until a … Continue reading
By Lindsay Benson Entirely East Lansing staff writer The East Lansing Public Schools board meeting on Sept. 9, the first one of the school year, was open to the public for about two hours. A student representative from East Lansing … Continue reading
By Kate Kerbrat Entirely East Lansing staff writer The East Lansing City Council will hold a public hearing Oct. 15 on whether to recognize domestic partnerships. In 1972, the city became the first in the nation to prohibit the firing … Continue reading