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USA Gymnastics officials agreed to provide "false excuses" for ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's absences from major gymnastics events rather than disclose to parents and gymnasts he was under investigation for sexual abuse, according to a report done by the IndyStar.
While testifying before a House committee on Wednesday, USA Gymnastics CEO Kerry Perry apologized to "all who were harmed" by ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's abuse and said USA Gymnastics is in mediation with Nassar survivors who have sued the organization.
At last night's city council meeting, councilmembers approved the 2019 budget and spent two hours clarifying the city's financial future.
The Michigan House of Representatives is prepared to vote on amended legislation made in response to ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse after six weeks of testimony from survivors.
Members of the East Lansing community are invited to the Hannah Community Center on May 24 for a special wreath-laying ceremony that will honor the city's past and present veterans.
MSU Interim President John Engler has appointed Robert Young to the position of vice president and general counsel at the university.
The East Lansing parks department is facing significant cuts, but revenue options like fee increases and a new income tax could preserve key recreational activities for the near future.
Former MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon has agreed to testify before a congressional subcommittee that has jurisdiction over the health and safety of athletes from USA Gymnastics, the U.S. Olympics and the NCAA.
Rhonda Faehn, who is believed to be the first official from USA Gymnastics to be made aware of the sexual abuse allegations against ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, is no longer employed by the sports governing body, officials announced today.
It was announced on Wednesday that MSU reached a $500 million lawsuit settlement with 332 survivors of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse. Since then, many survivors and other members of the MSU community have been vocal about the settlement on social media.
A day after MSU settled the hundreds of lawsuits filed against the university by the survivors of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's abuse, Interim President John Engler issued a letter to the MSU community in response.
A portion of Abbot Road will be closed for construction work from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. on May 17, May 21 and May 22.
MSU has settled the hundreds of lawsuits filed against the university by survivors of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse, according to a report done by the Detroit Free Press.
East Lansing City Council voted unanimously to place a proposal for a 1 percent income tax on the Aug. 7 ballot.
MSU interim President John Engler released an update to the campus community Friday.
Amid reports that MSU knew about allegations against William Strampel as early as 2005, but did not act upon them, one of MSU’s top legal officers has resigned.
In an eight-page proposal released Tuesday, MSU Board of Trustees member Brian Mosallam called for the implementation of new and updated policies that would work toward forming a more open university administration in the coming months.
On Friday, graduating MSU students will enter the Breslin Student Events Center, receive their respective diplomas and approach the university president for a congratulatory handshake.
However, one doctoral student plans to skip that last part of the graduation routine.
During a motion hearing on May 2, an Ingham County judge approved the admittance of past unlawful incidents as evidence in the trial of Auston Robertson.