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On day two of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastic doctor Larry Nassar's sentencing in Eaton County, a father of three survivors lunged at Nassar from across the courtroom. Randall Margraves was tried for contempt in court around noon, but Cunningham didn't charge him.
Students, faculty and members of the community voiced their opinions at the town hall meeting hosted by MSU Trustee Brian Mosallam. One reoccurring theme was students and survivors feel unsafe and unheard.
Day two of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sentencing hearing in Eaton County begins Friday.
Meridian Township officials held a press conference Thursday to address a sexual assault report made of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar to Meridian police in 2004.
MSU Residence Halls Association, or RHA, held a unanimous vote of no confidence in the MSU Board of Trustees and newly-appointed interim president John Engler at the general assembly meeting Wednesday.
The New York Times Editorial Board called for the MSU Board of Trustees to resign and for Governor Rick Snyder and the Michigan legislature to remove them if they refuse.
Ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar began day one of his Eaton County sentencing for three counts of criminal sexual conduct Wednesday morning.
Making good on its promise, the Steering Committee, composed of faculty liaisons to the MSU Board of Trustees, called for a vote of no confidence in the board following the appointment of former Michigan governor John Engler as interim MSU president.
MSU’s chapter of the Delta Chi Fraternity has been suspended for “at least 4 years,” according to an email obtained by The State News.
MSU's reported intent to appoint former Governor John Engler as interim president has been met with backlash from some.
The MSU Steering Committee released a statement Tuesday and said it will call for a vote of no confidence in the Board of Trustees if former governor John Engler is appointed interim president.
Attorney General Bill Schuette called for increased transparency at Michigan universities as a part of his gubernatorial campaign, but a watchdog group says Schuette has struggled with transparency himself.
Engler, an MSU alumnus, is expected to take over as an outside hire while the Board of Trustees looks for a permenant replacement for President Lou Anna K. Simon, who resigned last week after the fallout of the Larry Nassar case. He is expected to be appointed at Wednesday's board special meeting at 9 a.m.
John Geddert, gymnast coach and founder of Twistars Gymnastics Company, has transferred all of his business management to his wife, Kathryn Geddert.
MSU journalism professor Sue Carter is under investigation for an alleged inappropriate sexual relationship by the Office of Institutional Equity, or OIE.
Roughly 50 members of the MSU women’s rowing team marched from Jenison Field House to the Hannah Administration Building Monday to hold a meeting with members of the MSU Board of Trustees.
The MSU Police Department received a bomb threat around 1:30 p.m. Sunday.
MSU Women's Rowing Team will meet with four of the eight members of the MSU Board of Trustees at 4 p.m. about the university's failure to handle ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse case.