Saturday, April 1, 2023


MSU students return to somber campus after mass shooting

Following Monday's mass shooting, students returned to a somber campus. While professors are offering accommodations, this week of classes left classrooms empty and quiet. “I still hear laughing, but it stands out more,” political science-prelaw sophomore Alex Chalom said.


GoFundMe created for Nate Statly, hospitalized survivor of MSU shooting

Nate Statly’s family started a GoFundMe to support his path towards recovery following a shooting that took place on Michigan State University’s campus on Monday, Feb. 13. Statly has been in critical condition since the shooting according to the GoFundMe written by his older brother, Josh Statly.“He’s the light in our family and never stops making us laugh, and he is loved by so many,” the GoFundMe bio says.


A fourth MSU shooting victim has been upgraded to ‘serious but stable’ condition, Sparrow Hospital confirms

One victim who was critically injured after last week’s mass shooting at Michigan State University was upgraded to ‘serious but stable’ condition this morning, Sparrow Hospital Media Relations Director John Foren confirmed.“Right now, we have one in fair (condition), three in serious but stable (condition) and one in critical, which means one of the students had been in critical and he’s been upgraded to serious but stable,” Foren said. 


Spartans memorialize lost classmates in campus-wide vigils

Students arrived on campus on Feb. 14, 2023, bouquets in hand - but the flowers weren’t for their valentines. This Valentine’s Day there was no sense of normalcy. The streets on campus were quiet and the majority of the cars were media outlets or police vehicles. The flowers? For Brian Fraser, Alexandria Verner and Arielle Anderson, the three students who were killed, and the five unnamed students who were seriously injured, in the mass shooting at Michigan State University the night before.