East Lansing Farmer’s Market began its seventh season on June 7 with vendors selling produce that ranged from organically-grown vegetables to homemade desserts. The market was filled with people all eager to buy homegrown produce. The vendors at the market come from all over Michigan and everything they produce is grown or raised in Michigan.
The Red Cedar River — it’s in our fight song and flows right through the heart of campus. MSU wouldn’t be the same without it. Students surf, fish and swim in its waters, but according to experts and students alike, the river has gained the reputation of being polluted and deteriorating.
A jury has found alumnus Meng Long Li guilty of assaulting MSU student Yan Li with a plastic water pitcher at a karaoke bar on the 2014 Chinese New Year.
Dave Drake, resident of East Lansing, knew Willie was the dog for him when he was visiting a friend’s house and the now 3-year-old basset german shorthaired pointer mix jumped over the back of the couch and sat down next to him.
“If you have a good dog and you are a good owner, there is a special bond,” Drake said.
Free public pianos are on street for people to play during the summer
By Yuanzhe Zhuang
"Keys in the cities" project brings free opportunities for students to play public pianos in the city.
Larry Grudt, project director, said, "the project is an extension of the capital area blues society community outreach project." The project is also associate with Detroit Institute of Art.
The project means to place artfully developed pianos in different public spaces for people to play during the summer month.
"It took people a while to understand how beneficial (it is) ," Grudt said.
"It's there to be played," Grudt said.