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The execution of a search warrant at the Hannah Administration Building in early February led to charges against former MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine Dean William Strampel, Special Counsel William Forsyth announced at a press conference Tuesday.
Four alleged victims detailed multiple incidents alleging sexual misconduct against former MSU dean William Strampel in a sworn affidavit, who oversaw the College of Osteopathic Medicine and supervised ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.
He approaches students on their way to and from class, attempting to bring them to the Lord. He grasps a sign firmly, expressing his beliefs, with the word “hell” accented in blood red font.
Five of MSU’s graduate programs have been listed the best in the nation by U.S. News & World Reports’ latest ranking.
Former MSU Dean of Osteopathic Medicine William Strampel has been arrested. Strampel is currently in the Ingham County Jail system, according to jail records.
William Forsyth, the special prosecutor appointed by Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette to investigate MSU's handling of sexual misconduct involving ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, will provide an update on his investigation into MSU Tuesday at noon.
MSU will have two therapists and two victim advocates join the Sexual Assault Program after it received a grant from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Victim Services, Crime Victim Services Commission.
The MSU Counseling and Psychiatric Services, or CAPS, has been without a director for more than a year.
Students, faculty and community members who rallied with Reclaim MSU called for change and transparency from the MSU Board of Trustees at the Hannah Administration Building on Friday. While carrying upside down Spartan helmet posters and wrapping teal ribbons around railings, participants listened to speeches from members of the MSU community.
When Olympic gold medal gymnast Jordyn Wieber began her talk at the Wharton Center Thursday, she said moving forward was the name of the game when she was pursuing her Olympic dream. Despite blisters and tumbles, she said she had to tighten her ponytail, get back up and keep going.
MSU Interim President John Engler addressed the MSU community in a letter Friday evening, touching on several issues which have affected campus in recent weeks.
MSU Interim President John Engler announced the creation of the "Office of Civil Rights and Title IX Education and Compliance" Friday afternoon, an executive office meant to restructure MSU's Title IX and prevention apparatus.
The founder of the global #MeToo movement, Tarana Burke, will speak at MSU on April 19.
Calling for community inclusion, campus group ReclaimMSU is rallying Friday from 5 to 8 p.m at the Hannah Administration Building. The framework of students, alumni, staff and faculty who make up ReclaimMSU are demanding the Board of Trustees change their bylaws to include the community in their selection of a new president.
The second phase of law firm Husch Blackwell’s review of MSU’s Title IX program found MSU is not successful in implementing some of its prevention programs, leading the MSU community to be unaware of resources and services available.
USA Gymnastics, or USAG, has filed a motion to dismiss complaints from a number of cases related to ex-MSU and USAG doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse.
MSU police are investigating a death that occurred on March 17 at Mayo Hall.
In the wake of allegations of MSU's mishandling of the ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar sexual abuse case, legislation has already been introduced on both the statewide and national level to ensure a similar situation will never happen again.
The impact of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar extends beyond MSU, and its coverage spans internationally. Here’s some of the Nassar-related news you might have missed recently.
Randall Margraves, the father of three survivors of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse who tried to attack Nassar in court, donated nearly $30,000 to four area charities that support survivors of sexual assault.