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MSU Launches Website To Provide Information on Sexual Assault Cases

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MSU launches new website to communicate updates on two high-profile sexual assault investigations. 

Michigan State University is addressing its ongoing sexual assault crisis with a new online resource. Click on this sentence to go to the new website.

Michigan State University president Lou Anna Simon said viewers will be able to access the latest information about the Dr. Larry Nassar investigation and that of four former MSU football players accused of sexual assault.

You will also find information about Michigan State’s work to combat sexual assault, improve patient care and safety and protect youth on campus," said Simon.

"We’re outlining the steps we’re taking to build on our earlier work as we cultivate a safe and inclusive community.”

MSU has faced criticism for its handling of the investigation involving former physician Larry Nassar, who’s accused of multiple sexual assaults against girls and young women.

On Thursday, former MSU football player Auston Robertson is scheduled for a preliminary examination hearing in Ingham County district court.

Kevin Lavery served as a general assignment reporter and occasional local host for Morning Edition and All Things Considered before retiring in 2023.
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