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Michigan State Football Ready For First-Ever Peach Bowl Appearance

The State of Michigan arrives at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport for the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl NCAA College Football Game on Friday, December 24, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia. Michigan State will face Pitt in the game on December 30, 2021 (Paul Abell via Abell Images for Chick-fil-A Fishing Bowl) The Michigan State Spartans traveled nearly 800 …

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Michigan State Police plan to add more women to their ranks

Only 9% of Michigan State Police officers are women. That’s better than 2-8% in most other state police departments, but worse than 13% in Vermont and North Carolina, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center. However, state police plan to improve the situation by increasing the percentage of women in their candidate …

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Michigan State RBs coach William Peagler takes office in Florida

Michigan State coach Mel Tucker loses another member of his team. William Peagler, who is finishing his second season as a running backs coach with the Spartans, was announced Friday as the new tight ends coach in Florida. A Michigan State spokesperson has confirmed Peagler will coach with the No.10 Spartans (10-2, 7-2 Big Ten) …

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Openly gay Michigan state senator Jeremy Moss wants you to run for office

” Be authentic. “ This is the most important tip State Senator Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield) said he would give to an LGBTQ + person considering running today. The 10-year veteran of Michigan city and state politics knows a thing or two about being yourself: When he first ran for Southfield City Council in 2011, Moss …

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Student point of view: Finding my place to grow | MSU Today

Rachel Drobnak is an undergraduate student in crop and soil sciences in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. In addition, she is a student at the Specialized college and plays the Beaumont Tower carillon. The following student view is repurposed content, and the original story is available on the CANR website. I’ve always wanted …

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Michigan State University to Require COVID Booster Injections for Students and Staff

EAST LANSING, Michigan. – Michigan State University students, faculty and staff will soon be receiving their COVID-19[female[femininebooster vaccine. University officials announced on Friday that the school’s coronavirus vaccine mandate is broadening to include booster injections in a bid to reduce the spread of the virus and infections within the community of the campus. MSU students, …

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COVID-19 recall now required for Michigan State University students, faculty and staff

EAST LANSING, MI – Michigan State University will require all students, faculty, and staff to receive COVID-19 booster shots starting in the spring semester of 2022. President Samuel Stanley announced the recall requirement in a message to the college community on Friday, December 17. The spring semester 2022 begins January 10. The warrant, Stanley said, …

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Student View: Southwest Detroit to East Lansing | MSU Today

Diana Talamantes is a second year student specializing in hotel in the Grand College of Business. On November 16, she won the Residential Business Community’s first Hills Climbed art competition and festival for “Raíces Profundas”, a poem she wrote about her experience as a first generation Latinx student. When I entered the Residential Business Community‘s …

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