Aaron Stephens, junior, organized a sexual assault student town hall to address perceptions.
“To make sure that the people making the decisions especially at this university are in touch with what is actually happening on campus,” Stephens said.
Although, MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon said the university is making strides when dealing with sexual assault. In a detailed email, she quoted a survey by the Association of American Universities saying Michigan State, along with other universities, is making significant improvements and devoting substantial resources for a safe campus.
MSU freshman Pamela Quintana descibes her mother as hardworking, kind and community-oriented. “Everyone who knows her loves her,” said Quintana. “She’s known throughout the community…she’s a very hands-on mom, always taking care of her kids.” Every day, she wakes up at 5 a.m. She cleans as many as five homes a day to make ends meet. And she tries to return home at 5 p.m to see the kids she works hard to support.
There are more than ten pizza places between Harrison road and Hagadorn, and two more have joined Grand River. Pizza, meet fire. Blaze Pizza and Lotsa Pizza have opened their doors on Grand River. Both offer make-your-own, fire-scorched pies. “We pride ourselves in having a pizza dough to done in under five minutes,” said Lotsa manager Greg Hunt.
EAST LANSING – Holocaust survivor Martin Lowenberg, 90, tells his story to honor the 11 million victims who died, including his brothers and parents. He also wants to make sure that nothing like this can ever happen again. “Why kill? Why burn? 1-and-a-half million beautiful children dead.
March is Distracted Drivers Awareness Month. Distracted driving is now thought of as being just as dangerous as driving and driving. A former Michigan State student life was dramatically changed because of a distracted driver.