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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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Dean’s Update | August 6, 2021 – College of Human Medicine

Friends, This week, I had the pleasure of meeting with the right folks from Academic Affairs to recognize and celebrate ten colleagues who retired during the pandemic. We gathered outside at Fitzgerald Park in Grand Ledge, which was lovely and remarkably mosquito-free, if not as central between Grand Rapids and East Lansing as our more …

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Michigan State University’s management of Muskegon food processing incubator set to be a game-changer

MUSKEGON, MI – Michigan State University Product Center is partnering with a food processing incubator in Muskegon to connect with area farms and help small businesses grow. The Muskegon Community College Food, Agriculture, Research and Manufacturing Center (FARM) business accelerator is now managed by the university. The state of Michigan took over management of the …

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Michigan State Representative Mari Manoogian to Chair 15th Annual ANCA-ER Endowment Fund Gala

PHILADELPHIA, Pa .– Michigan State Representative Mari Manoogian will serve as emcee at 15e annual Gala of the Armenian National Committee of America of the Eastern Region (ANCA Eastern Region) on Saturday October 23, 2021 at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel. The gala, which will comply with all COVID-19 safety protocols, will include a cocktail reception, …

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Amcor Partners with Michigan State University to Drive Innovation and Talent in Sustainable Packaging

CHICAGO, August 3, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Amcor (NYSE: AMCR) (ASX: AMC) and Michigan State University (MSU) School of Packaging today announced a new partnership, reflecting the parties’ shared commitment to future talent, greater innovation and responsible packaging. Amcor plans to invest more $ 10 million at MSU’s Packing School – the largest investment …

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Michigan State University to Require COVID-19 Vaccines and Masks

EAST LANSING – Michigan State University will require COVID-19 vaccines and masks indoors when the fall semester begins on September 1. President Samuel Stanley Jr. announced Friday that all students, staff and faculty must be fully immunized by Aug.31 if they plan to be on campus this fall, with some religious and medical exemptions. He …

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