Emergency infrastructure repairs close Washtenaw Community College campus
ANN ARBOR, MI - For the second time in two weeks, the Washtenaw Community College campus will be closed due to infrastructure repairs. The campus will be closed Tuesday, Nov. 8 due to “emergency infrastructure repairs,” according to a WCC alert on Facebook. This is the second campus closure in two weeks, as a sewer water spill of more than 3,000 gallons shut down in-person WCC operations on Oct. 27. The campus was closed that day to facilitate repairs to its sewage disposal system, according to a WCC release. Read more from The Ann Arbor News:3K-gallon spill of untreated sewage closes Washtenaw Community College campus$8.8M grant will help Michigan college with Black STEM achievement, community outreach‘Particularly chonky’ squirrels at University of Michigan great for Instagram, not so much for squirrel healthmlive.com
Investigating student safety at MSU
Questions still remain after the heartbreaking loss and shocking discovery of Brendan Santo’s body in the Red Cedar River in East Lansing. Local 4 Investigator Karen Drew has uncovered new details in the case, and traveled to Michigan State’s campus to get answers.