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City Pulse on the Air | 3.08.21

City Pulse on the Air | 3.08.21

Nathan Stearns, News Director March 8, 2021

On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, arts editor Skyler Ashley speaks with Parker Curtis and Rahjah Evans, founders of Wild Ferns Wellness Center, a brand new Lansing hub that combines services...

The Olin Health Center at MSU/ Photo Credit: MSU University Communications

Lansing Urgent Care commends staff effort during COVID-19 pandemic

Zach Surdenik, General Assignment Reporter March 8, 2021

EAST LANSING -- In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been a lot of negative issues that have shaken our globe, but ordinary people have also banded together and worked to bring a sense of...

The Breslin Center/ Photo Credit: Luke Sloan/ WDBM

Eight student-athletes test positive for COVID-19 in latest round of testing

Sean Mullen, General Assignment Reporter March 5, 2021

EAST LANSING— On Friday, Michigan State announced results for this week's round of PCR testing within the student-athlete and athletic department staff community. In total, Michigan State conducted...

Michigan State President Samuel L. Stanley/Photo Courtesy: MSU University Communications

MSU planning for 75% of classes to be offered in-person in the fall of 2021

Owen Oszust, General Assignment Reporter March 5, 2021

EAST LANSING—Michigan State President Samuel S. Stanley had a major announcement on Friday with an update on the plan for classes in the fall of 2021. With more people being vaccinated, Stanley and Michigan...

An MSU student walks alone through the campus of Michigan State/Photo Credit: MSU University Communications

Ingham County Health Department issues updated emergency order prohibiting large outdoor gatherings

Nathan Stearns, News Director March 5, 2021

EAST LANSING— On Thursday, an emergency order was issued by the Ingham County Health Department, prohibiting outdoor gatherings to no more than 15 people in select parts of East Lansing. The order goes...

Lansing Mayor Andy Schor during a Zoom call/ Photo Credit: Nathan Stearns/WDBM

Lansing Mayor Andy Schor to run for second term in 2021

Liam Jackson, News/Sports General Assignment Reporter March 3, 2021

LANSING –On Wednesday, Lansing Mayor Andy Schor announced that he will be running for reelection to serve a second term as mayor. Schor is a Democrat and was initially elected in 2017, winning 72% of...

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The Undercurrent – 03/03/21 – Lansing Mayor Andy Schor

Nathan Stearns, News Director March 3, 2021

On this special episode of the Undercurrent, News Director Nathan Stearns sits down with Lansing Mayor Andy Schor to discuss a variety of topics, including the city’s effort to improve racial equality...

The State 3/3/21

Lacie Hudson March 2, 2021

Black Student Alliance to host annual Black MSU pageant - Verena Daniel: After a two-year hiatus, The Black Student Alliance will be hosting their annual Black MSU pageant. The event will take place...

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The Undercurrent – 02/28/21 – The public perception of Black History Month

Nick Saba, The Undercurrent Producer March 1, 2021

In honor of Black History Month, producer Nick Saba interviews philosophy professor Dr. John McClendon on what it was like going to a Historically Black College as opposed to schools like Michigan...

City Pulse on the Air | 2.28.21

City Pulse on the Air | 2.28.21

Nathan Stearns, News Director March 1, 2021

On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, arts editor Skyler Ashley fills in for publisher Berl Schwartz. Ashley interviews Ozay Moore, local hip-hop musician, educator and founder of All of the Above...

The State – 3/2/21

Lacie Hudson March 1, 2021

Cornel West discussed Black culture, civil rights leaders for MSU lecture series - Jared Ramsey: Cornel West was a featured speaker at MSU's 21st annual William G. Anderson lecture series for Black History...

The State – 3/1/21

Haley Sinclair February 28, 2021

Michigan Senate approves $1.9B COVID-19 relief funding bill - Janelle James On Thursday the Michigan Senate approved over $1.9 billion for COVID-19 relief. Senate bill 29 includes: $5.9 million...

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