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Celebrity chef Tourney bound Student competes in MTV cooking show Get ready for the post season with predictions, analysis | 3/12/14 | @thesnews Michigan State University’s independent voice features, pG. 8 Senior center Adreian Payne Julia Nagy/The State News SPORTS, Pg. 6+7 photos by Betsy Agosta /The State News Rich Homie Quan performs on March 11, 2014, at Fairchild Theatre. He is most known for his song "Type of Way," which is often used in reference to Michigan State's Rose Bowl win on Jan. 1, 2014. SOME TYPE of SHOW Rich Homie Quan, famous for his MSU football connections, performed on campus Tuesday evening By April Jones THE STATE NEWS nn F rom Pasadena to East Lansing, rapper Rich Homie Quan has a habit of making Spartans feel some type of way. Adopted as an unofficial anthem for the MSU football team, Quan’s 2013 hit single “Type of Way” even made President Lou Anna K. Simon get up and dance. On Tuesday, the rapper made the trek to campus to perform alongside rapper Kid Ink. Thousands of students filled the Auditorium on Tuesday night, but most of them were there specifically to see the rapper perform “Type of Way” and relive the memory of the football team’s Rose Bowl victory. “I feel like I owe the school,” said Rich Homie Quan after the show. “When Coach (Dantonio) gave me that national shoutout, it really put me on another level. If it wasn’t for Darqueze (Dennard), the song wouldn’t have ever got up here.” Rosy inspiration The concert was sponSee CONCERT on page 2 u Junior center Travis Jackson dances on stage while Rich Homie Quan performs on March 11, 2014, at Fairchild Theatre. Rich Homie Quan is most known for his song "Type of Way". e d u c at i o n acade m ics Tech takes over E.L. Public Library Bill could ban Committee considers revisions to grief policy marijuana in rental homes “It seems strange Lansing resident Precious Williams, 14, puts a snap circuit together on Tuesday at East Lansing Public Library. involved with technology. — Betsy Agosta, SN See the story on page 3 C APIT O L By Olivia Dimmer THE STATE NEWS nn For students who experience a death in the family during the academic year, a new policy could guarantee time off school without academic penalty as long as they provide verification afterwards. The policy, discussed by the Steering Committee Tuesday, would require students to notify the associate dean of their college via a webpage. Students would select their college, provide a brief description of the circum- that we need policies to handle the most fundamental consequences of mortality.” By Geoff Preston THE STATE NEWS nn stances and how much time they need off. The associate dean would then notify faculty of the extended absence once the student resumes attending class. A proposal that would prevent medical marijuana users from smoking or growing medical marijuana in rental properties was passed by the state Senate in March. Bill sponsor Sen. Rick Jones, R-Grand Ledge, said the bill simply reinforces a previous decision by Michigan Attorney General Bill See GRIEF on page 2 u See BILL on page 2 u Ralph Taggart, plant biology professor

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