Central Michigan to Require COVID-19 Testing for Unvaccinated People | Michigan News

LANSING, Michigan (AP) – Central Michigan University will require all students, faculty and staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or participate in weekly COVID-19 tests for the fall semester, the university said Thursday. Several other Michigan universities have mandated COVID-19 vaccines in anticipation of the drop as concerns grow about the highly contagious delta …

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Lubo Ivanko/iStock (NEW YORK) — The United States is facing a COVID-19 surge this summer as the more contagious delta variant spreads. More than 623,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 while over 4.3 million people have died from the disease worldwide, according to real-time data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at …

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Michigan State Football Notes: Notable Newcomers and “Zoom Babies”

EAST LANSING – Mel Tucker was working with cornerbacks during a practice drill Tuesday morning when Charles Brantley’s turn arrived. The Michigan state sophomore coach shouted instructions about outdoor leverage, quick feet and low cushion level, then clapped as the real freshman picked up a mock fumble. “We have to give Chuck a chance,” Tucker …

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Governor Whitmer notes Michigan economy rebound with jobs figures

LANSING, Michigan (WJRT) – Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said the latest employment figures for Michigan indicate continued improvement in the state’s economy. Figures released Wednesday by the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth show that the state’s unemployment rate fell in July to 4.8%, which is well below the national average of 5.4%. Michigan businesses …

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police department adjusts its structure to meet community needs | MSU Today

Under the direction of Marlon Lynch, Michigan State University Vice President for Public Safety and Chief of Police, and with the approval of MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., MD, guidance and direction MSU’s police and public security department structure has been adjusted to better reflect the priorities of the Spartan community. “MSU officers play …

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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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Research how your Michigan community grew (or shrunk) in the 2020 census – news from the pink report

Michigan has grown a little bit over the past 10 years, but maybe your community has changed a lot more. The state of Michigan has 10,077,331 people in 2020, up just under 2% from the 9,883,640 people who lived in the state a decade earlier. These numbers are critical in determining everything from state representation …

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