BY DANIELLE BEER Gov. Rick Snyder signed anti-bullying legislation that requires school districts to implement anti-bullying policies in their schools, but some say the bill doesn’t do enough to protect students.
BY MICHELLE MCCORMICK On March 15, Michigan House Representative Aric Nesbitt proposed House Bill 4444, which would gradually shift the state of Michigan fiscal year start date to July 1.
BY TERESA GEBHARDT The decision to purchase 10 new school buses for the Lansing School District came from the superintendent, T.C. Wallace, Jr., and chief operations officer Brian Ralph.
BY KATHLEEN LOFTUS MSU Greeks “Stay Strong” and pledge to party smart and eliminate drug- and alcohol-related deaths in the community with Erica Upshaw’s help.
BY KATE MUDGETT The Lansing School Board recently approved the purchase of 10 new buses for approximately $788,000. The board approved the purchase during their Oct. 20 board meeting.
BY ANGIE JACKSON When 18-year-old Danielle Woods returned to J.W. Sexton High School after winter break last year, she realized a high school environment was no longer for her.
BY ANGIE JACKSON A group of 32 high school sophomores gathered in a room in Hubbard Hall on Nov. 7 as instructor James Glazer highlighted the differences among “they’re,” “their” and “there.”
BY MICHELLE MCCORMICK The gap between the state of Michigan fiscal year and the public school system fiscal year has caused budgeting issues for the schools for years, and some parents have had enough.
BY TERESA GEBHARDT Lansing Community College claims the city never officially notified the public it was looking for a new tenant to occupy Oliver Towers.