Jocelyn Benson

Voter misinformation topped worries about intimidation

As Election Day came and went, voter misinformation replaced voter intimidation. Benson took on robocalls in Flint, Michigan that were spreading misinformation. The calls claimed that because voting lines were so long, voters should vote the next day, Nov. 4.

Poster advocates socializing responsibly

MSU football tailgates, crowds can bring $500 fines

On Oct. 28, the Ingham County Health Department issued an ordinance in response to the large gatherings that happened Oct. 24. Now, outside gatherings in downtown East Lansing are limited to 10 people, and anyone who exceeds that will be fined $500.