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Many believe the events leading to the lead poisoning of Flint's drinking water began in April 2014, when it started drawing from the Flint River. Others believe it began in November 2011, when Gov. Rick Snyder appointed an emergency manager to take control of Flint's government.
With funding from First Lady Sue Snyder's campaign to end campus sexual assault, MSU aims to raise awareness of this important topic at an earlier age by partnering with high schools and focusing on bystander intervention.
Michigan needs an additional $4 billion a year to fix and update its infrastructure, including crumbling roads and bridges and aging water and sewer systems, according to a new report from a state commission that includes MSU's Janice Beecher.
Students in an Introduction to Filmmaking class recently heard from an Emmy award-winning actor and the former president of the Screen Actors Guild, who also has her own Hollywood Star.
Bree Holtz, assistant professor in the Department of Advertising and Public Relations, and her team have received a Science and Society at State award totaling $10,000 to develop and test a website portal for parents of children with type 1 diabetes.
MSU's Nov. 29 Day of Giving campaign, Spartans Will Empower, raised $241,939 from donors during a 24-hour time period. Funds will support programs and scholarships for current and future students.