Are the debates worth watching for MSU students?

The highly anticipated third and final presidential debate of the Presidential election takes place tonight at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump drew over 84 million viewers in their first debate making it the most watched debate since they’ve been on television for over 60 years. The second face off between the candidates happened in Missouri and had 69 million viewers. But what about students at Michigan State — did they tune in to watch the debate? And is it important for first-time voters in this general election to watch them?

Sport shooting ranges coming to DeWitt Township

DeWitt residents will soon have a safe and legal indoor-only space to use firearms after the township board approved ordinance 42.9 on Sept. 26 by a 5-4 vote. The ordinance, which will allow residents to practice archery and archery only outside as well as have an indoor space for shooting firearms, will be adopted during the next township meeting on Oct. 24. The board opted to limit outdoor shooting to archery only, and have the indoor ranges encompass firearms that are within federal regulations when it comes to safety and noise levels.