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Joining Forces: Holt Gymnastics Welcomes Mason, Forming New Co-op Team

Oct 4, 2018
Holt/Mason Varsity Gymnastics

Mid-Michigan high schools, like many others in the state, are struggling to keep gymnastics programs going in the face of dominant club programs.

Michigan State Wades into the World of E-Sports Through League of Legends

Oct 3, 2018
E-Sports
Trevor Toczydlowski

MSU’s League of Legends team part of growing collegiate trend across the U.S., embracing the wave of e-sports competitors and fans.

Michigan State Boxing Class Pushes Students to the Limit

Oct 3, 2018
Boxing
Michael Duke

Getting sweaty and exhausted isn’t usually on the syllabus of a typical MSU class, unless you are taking the sweet science.

MSU Club Swimmer is Seeing the World on His Own Terms

Oct 3, 2018
Charlie Gentzkow
Charlie Gentzkow

Michigan State junior Charlie Gentzkow was once terrified of water. Now the pool, and the sport of swimming, are his favorite places.

Gavel
s_falkow / flickr creative commons

A retired psychologist has agreed to give up his license after being accused of failing to report assault allegations against Larry Nassar back in 2004.

WKAR-MSU / WKAR-MSU

Michigan State men's basketball coach Tom Izzo spoke at the Breslin Center during the first practice for the Spartans. Izzo is embarking on his 36th year at MSU, 24th as head coach of the program. 

Mark Dantonio
WKAR-MSU / WKAR-MSU

Mark Dantonio, head coach of the Michigan State football team, held his weekly press conference this morning at Spartan Stadium. Dantonio puts a lid on the win over Indiana on Saturday night and previews the matchup against Central Michigan University.

CATA
Honda Carter / WKAR-MSU

A program to give Michigan State University students free on-campus bus service may be too successful.

Edward Minskoff
MSU Today

Michigan State University has announced the biggest single gift in the school’s history. 

Cheyna Roth / MPRN

Michigan State University has named a search committee to find a new president. 


Larry Nassar photo
WKAR photo

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A federal appeals court has upheld disgraced former sports doctor Larry Nassar's 60-year prison sentence for possessing child pornography and destroying evidence.

Nassar in courtroom
Scott Pohl / WKAR-MSU

Larry Nassar’s attempt to have a new judge consider his appeal in Ingham County has been denied. Nassar is the former Michigan State University sports doctor who sexually assaulted his patients for years.    

WKAR

Current Sports host Al Martin talks with newly appointed Michigan State University athletic director Bill Beekman about his hire, which has been met with criticism by some. 

 Michigan capitol building at sunset
Amanda Pinckney / WKAR-MSU

Conditions in a proposed settlement in a lawsuit between Michigan State University and survivors of Larry Nassar have left some lawmakers frustrated.   


CATA Bus Photo
David Shane / Flickr Creative Commons

Students, staff and faculty at Michigan State University will get free on-campus bus service for a year starting in late August.

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