The top stories from the week ending on June 12.
MSU Softball player, Alyssa McBride, who just wrapped up her senior season, raised allegations against assistant coach Jessica Bograkos. McBride said she was targeted by pitches at batting practice after revealing her dissatisfaction with the team to a reporter from The Detroit News.
The man responsible for the double homicide in May 2014, Ricard Taylor, was sentenced to life in prison without parole for both counts. Taylor fatally shot Frandor Rite Aid pharmacist Michael Addo and East Lansing resident Jordan Rogers and his manhunt and subsequent standoff resulted in a two hour secure in place on campus.
By 2017, the Breslin Student Events Center will see the completion of the first of two major renovations, with major goals in mind including functionality of the building, the fan experience and creating a legacy.
Last, at the Let's End Campus Sexual Assault summit, hosted by Michigan's first lady Sue Snyder, the Snyder Administration announced a $500,000 grant program to help universities better prevent sexual assault on campus.
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