What do you do when you're a ‘want-to-do-everything person,’ and there isn't a Highland Scottish Dance studio when you want one? If you're Allie Gibson Murad, you make your own. Ann Kammerer has the story.
What do you do when you need a Good Witch and Bad Witch to round out your Emerald City? ELi's Somer Sodeman tells you how East Lansing's Wild Goose Inn got creative just in time for the City's Great Pumpkin Walk.
“They say it’s not what happens but what you do with what happens," says Diana Tarpoff. Ann Kammerer has the story of how Tarpoff turned grief over the death of her daughter into a creative writing competition that's going strong decades later.
On October 12, Marble Elementary students will take on an obstacle course based on a popular TV show. "Muskrat Mayhem Movement" (M3) is a fundraiser, but organizers say it's also about teaching kids the joy of physical exercise. ELi's Amalia Medina reports.
“The goal of this program is to encourage kids to get outdoors, have them recognize wildlife in their own backyards and to cultivate a sense of responsibility for our local environment.” ELi's Paige Filice reports on how local 9-19 year olds can participate.
Brandon Green's first big event in 1999 drew a big crowd (including ELPD). This weekend he's bringing East Lansing its own Little Woodstock, and he's learned a few things since then. Sarah Spohn reports.
Anyone, from any neighborhood can sign up for fourth annual Whitehills Elementary 5k and Fun Run, but only until the August 23 deadline. Charlie Meyers, a recent graduate of ELi's Summer Youth Journalism Program has the details.
It's been two years since the public had access to the FRIB at MSU, and this weekend it again welcomes visitors for tours that include the National Superconducting Cycoltron Lab. This ELi report brought to you by Noa Karszai, participant in ELi's Summer Youth Journalism Program.