AST LANSING, Mich. (WOOD) — Following students’ recent return to Michigan State University for the fall semester, trustees met for the first time Friday morning to mark the new academic year.
While they celebrated a new school year, the Larry Nassar scandal continues to cast shadows on the school’s East Lansing campus.
Public comment at the trustee meeting was the lowest seen in recent months, lasting only about 20 minutes. But one core group affected by Nassar's abuse who’s turned out to recent meetings says they’ll keep coming until they feel truly heard.
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