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"We very purposely did not call for resignations," ASMSU representative of the Alliance for Queer and Ally Students Olivia Brenner said. "The point of the bill that was passed last night, the heart of the bill, was that we do not trust the leadership on campus anymore in a broad, general sense."
At least 31 survivors of sexual abuse will speak on Monday about the impact ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar had on their lives during day five of his sentencing.
The 2018 Women's March brought thousands to the steps of the Capitol.
One year after the first-ever Women's March, it returned to the Michigan State Capitol, as thousands congregated Sunday to advocate for women's rights.
MSU's College of Osteopathic Medicine included ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar on its updated list of award recipients.
After facing severe backlash from his comments backing MSU president Lou Anna K. Simon and offering support for the survivors of ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse on Friday, Tom Izzo released a statement Sunday to clarify his stance.
MSU Trustee Mitch Lyons called for MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon's job, a day after the MSU Board of Trustees affirmed its faith in Simon.
Head coach Suzy Merchant said she supports the Board of Trustees with Lou Anna as president, after her team's, 69-65, loss to Indiana Saturday night.
MSU Trustee and Chairman of the Board Brian Breslin will not seek re-election as an MSU trustee.
Sunday marks the one-year anniversary of a worldwide movement intended to empower women and to “create transformative social change,” according to the official website for the march.
Tom Izzo speaks about his support for the university leadership and victims of Larry Nassar.
Judge Rosemarie Aquilina said she has cleared her schedule for Monday and Tuesday and is willing to make the sentencing last as long as it needs, to give every survivor a chance to speak.
Amid calls for her resignation, MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon will stay.
A Michigan legislator requested an amendment to the state budget requiring public universities and colleges to report their expenditures for legal fees to the Legislature, according to a press release Friday. The request comes from recent attention on MSU following the Larry Nassar case.
Former American Olympic gymnast Jordyn Wieber came out publicly as a survivor of sexual abuse by ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar at his Ingham County Circuit Court sentencing.
The MSU Board of Trustees and MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon asked Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette to conduct a review of MSU's handling of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar. Schuette said
Friday brings day four of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sentencing in Ingham County.
Lemke is one of 105 women who will speak during Nassar's sentencing for seven charges of first degree criminal sexual conduct and is just one of 17 women to speak on the third day of his sentencing on Thursday.
Watch to see how MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon responded to the media during the second day of ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar's sentencing.
White supremacist Richard Spencer is coming to MSU's campus, despite the university initially denying the request.