MSU remembers multiple students who died during the last four years. This list is not all-encompassing.
Max Monroy-Miller: (College of Education, College of Social Science, Chicano and Latino Studies) Lansing. A graduate student loved by those he helped during his lifetime, was devoted to helping those in the MSU Latino community. He was an active member of Omega Delta Phi, a multi-cultural fraternity at MSU.
Patrick “Kegan” Cochrane: (College of Arts and Letters) Laramie, Wyo. Cochrane was senior studying French. The tragic loss of a bright, multi-lingual student and awareness on college campuses. The loss also has many calling for these problems for students to be at the forefront of student health, along with others issues in our present health care system.
Michael Scott-Odesser Bateman: (No Preference) was a freshman at MSU preparing to pursue a degree in business. Bateman was a graduate of Bendle High School and was an active athlete.
Joseph Patrick Dunne Bauer: (No Preference) A student preparing to attend MSU, Bauer was as a “full of joy” and “his generosity knew no bounds.” He attended the University of Detroit Jesuit High School and was active in sports, including positions on the varsity soccer and lacrosse team. He was enrolled to attend MSU in the fall of 2015 when he tragically passed.
Dillon Craig Marshall: (College of Social Science) Roseville, Mich. Marshall was described by friends as an individual who always showed compassion for the underdog.
Matthew David Lillis: (Honors College) Lake Orion, Mich.
Ryan Joseph Murray: (College of Social Sciences) Washington.
Caleb Michael Page: (College of Engineering)
Anthony Hawley: (College of Engineering) Died in January of 2015. Hawley was a senior at MSU studying engineering and a member of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. “He always had a positive attitude and befriended everyone he met,” his said. Students and fraternity brothers held a candlelight vigil for Hawley the night after he passed.
Maura Brandi: (School of Planning, Design and Construction) Died winter of 2014 as a result of a car accident. She was described as a “free spirit” and someone with a passion for creativity and the outdoors.
Carolena Elowsky: (Eli Broad College of Business) Died in the winter of 2014 as a result of a car accident. A highly ambitious student, Elowsky was beloved for her sharp wit and passion for Spartan sports.
Morgan McGregor: (Eli Broad College of Business) Died as a result of natural causes in September of 2014 because of a failed pacemaker. Members of her sorority held a at the rock for her shortly following her death.