Faculty And Students March On MSU Campus – Demand Engler, Others Resign
Surrounded by trees covered in teal tulle – the color of sexual assault survivors – marchers called on top officials to resign. They’re frustrated with how the school handles sexual assault complaints.
As MSU tries to right itself in the wake of disgraced former MSU sports doctor Larry Nassar’s conviction for sexual assault, students and faculty feel the administration isn’t listening to them.
Laura Mortensen is a junior.
“I don’t feel like they actually care. They’re trying to make themselves look good, they’re trying to sound sympathetic. Personally I’m not buying it.”
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