“My overall experience with Title IX was complete hell. It was a complete nightmare,” Chrissy Weathersby Ball said. She said her investigation and hearing combined lasted over 400 days, and that the OIE office gave Wakeham numerous extensions, which delayed the investigation.
In a survey of 500 East Lansing residents presented to City Council March 23, it was found that Black residents trust the East Lansing Police Department by 45 points less than all residents as a whole.
The Trustees, who asked for the initial investigation into MSU and Larry Nassar, have withheld the documents for three years.
“It is a struggle, and it's a huge transition,” Versin said. “But you're not alone. We're not alone. Reach out, get as much help as you can, look for any resources that you can and then just don't get complacent.”