April showers, storms bring a flooded MSU campus
Michigan State University still held classes during the storm, creating many rain-soaked Spartans as they darted between buildings to their classes. Others stayed home and watched the rain rise in their parking lots, backyards and streets.
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'It makes me proud to go here': Spartans support Spartans in 'Spartan Sunday' event
“It's nice to see a community come together after something so tragic,” Bonczynski said. “To know that there is this presence here — good times, bad times, anytime — it's encouraging and it does provide a lot of hope that we can heal in the future.”
Three flowers for three Spartans: Michigan State Herbarium acts in remembrance
“I’ll try to arrange (the flowers) in a way that's beautiful,” collections assistant Matt Chansler said. “Because once they're dry, they hold their shape like that forever … so that people will forever know what happened.”
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.