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Michigan State Police Launch Drunk Driving Law Enforcement Campaigns – The Morning Sun

As the Michiganders take advantage of the summer vacation, the end of the season is near and Labor Day is not so far away. Police across Michigan, including state police, have launched several campaigns to target drunk and impaired drivers. So far this year, up to Aug. 17, state police had reported 673 road fatalities …

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MSU Welcomes ACE Fellow to Its Campus | MSU Today

Michigan State University will host Wondwossen A. Gebreyes, DVM, member of the American Council on Education, for the 2021-2022 academic year. Gebreyes is one of 52 fellows making up this year’s cohort at colleges and universities across the country. Dr Gebreyes Established in 1965, the ACE Fellows program is designed to build institutional and leadership …

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Dean’s Update | August 13, 2021 – College of Human Medicine

Friends, This week, we hosted 190 Early Clinical Experience (ECE) students at the College of Human Medicine. While last year’s focus was entirely virtual, this year we have all come together masked in Life Sciences A133 as in previous decades. Drs. DeMuth and Ferenchick indicated where they were seated in A133 during their time here …

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Student Organic Farm Offers Fresh Vegetables For Fall | MSU Today

Fall Veggie actions are now available through the MSU student organic farm Community supported agriculture program. The season runs from August 26 to December 16 and offers members a wide assortment of fresh and organic produce, available via contactless pickup both on campus and at the farm, just south of campus. CSA members can also …

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Michigan State Board of Ed on Masks and Vaccines: It’s the Districts Call

In a tense meeting, the Michigan State Board of Education passed a resolution that essentially took a hands-off approach to whether local districts should adopt mask mandates at the start of the new school year. In a sometimes fiery day-long session, the board met on Tuesday to discuss the upcoming school year as debate over …

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Michigan State Football and Basketball Alumni Support Alan Haller for AD

The search for the next Michigan state athletic director is in its infancy, but a potential candidate is garnering a lot of support. A group of nearly 30 football program alumni posted a 45-minute video testimony to YouTube on Monday backing Alan Haller, a native of Lansing, a former Spartan and NFL player who is …

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Michigan state athletic director Bill Beekman steps down after 3 years

Michigan State Athletic Director Bill Beekman came out as the Spartans’ AD after just 3 years. Beekman, however, will remain on the staff of the State of Michigan. President Samuel stanley announced that Beekman will assume the role of vice president for strategic initiatives. Speaking on his decision to step down, Beekman said, “I have …

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Teenage fisherman sets new Chinook salmon record in Michigan

As daylight rose on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan on Saturday, Captain Bobby Sullivan caught a huge chinook salmon for his client, Luis Hernandez Martinez. Hours later, the fish was certified as the new king of state records; officially weighing 47.86 pounds. It is also the largest ever extracted from the five Great Lakes. …

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