After years of delays, Michigan Energy Options and Lansing Board of Water and Light announced that the solar array in Burcham Park will begin producing renewable energy by the end of this year. ELi's Paige Filice has the story.
“A big thing for me is knowing that every student who walks through that door has a story to tell,” says Morales. “Listening to that story and creating an even playing field for all our students is something I’ve always valued and strived for.” Ann Kammerer reports.
Last week ELi was tipped off by a reader that there were 30 Bird scooters located next to the MSU Police Department. That number grew, but as of this morning all the impounded scooters appear to be gone. ELi's Jessy Gregg has the story.
At the ELPS Board of Trustees candidate forum, the six people looking to fill one of four open seats this November answered questons from the community and spoke to what they value. ELi's Noa Kuszai reports.
Saturday, September 29 brings London born singer-songwriter Rupert Wates to the Orachard Street Pump House. ELi's Christopher Wardell talked with Wates about his influences, recording, and life on the road.
“I’ve never taken an art class,” Gude said. “It all came from me going to my room and finding a love for drawing. One day I decided painting must be just filling in and coloring your drawings, so I tried that. You know – you do something enough, and you get pretty good at it.” Sarah Spohn has the story.