Line Leap held one of their notorious bar crawls on April 25. The fun began at 5 p.m. when students wearing their specific bar crawl shirts get free cover at the bars that are participating in the event.
On Apr. 25, the East Lansing Public library gave space to Community Mental Health (CMH) and two representatives in hopes of informing youth in the community about tools to deal with stress, anxiety, and other mental health issues; and how to understand why those mental health issues might have presented themselves.
Louis Azor is a Michigan State University student currently majoring in criminal justice, while at the same time, owning and operating one of East Lansing’s newer shops – More Than Vintage opened its doors on April 29, 2022.
Mason library will be operating under limited services as a long-awaited renovation bid was approved by the City Council in March.
Before, there was only one bathroom, and it was in the basement. Now there will be two on the first floor, and the main entrance will be redone. A new ramp will replace the wooden one currently outside the building along with an expansion of the room on the main floor space with added movable furniture to ensure members do not have issues navigating their way around the library.
Mason’s Capital Area District Library has announced its third annual One Seed One State initiative which provides free seeds for the month while supplies last to encourage growing and saving seeds.
In collaboration with the MI Seed Library Network, multiple CADL branches have become Seed Libraries providing seeds brought in by local gardeners to teach the community about growing for a nutritious benefit.
In response to the February 13 mass shooting at Michigan State University and the November 2021 mass shooting at Oxford High School, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has signed six bills into law, designed to protect Michiganders against gun violence.
On April 20, the Everett High School Robotics Club and Capital Area K12 Online school showcased their accomplishments in the STEM field at the regular Lansing Board of Education Meeting.
East Lansing Public Schools superintendent, executive board, and many parents shared their opinions on school resource officers at the April 24 meetings. Strong feelings were shared about SROs, and reactions were very mixed.
The Mason School Board meeting on March 9 featured several conversations on the current use of the school budget, alongside the beginnings of planning the spending for the next semester of Mason Public School District.
The small take-out wrap shop has expanded over the years and became an iconic staple at Michigan State University.