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Crisis on Campus: Jason Colthorp reports from East Lansing after Nassar sentencing

The Rock on Michigan State University's campus was painted to reflect the resignation by President Lou Anna Simon. Names of Larry Nassar victims have been written alongside. (Jason Colthorp, WDIV)
The Rock on Michigan State University's campus was painted to reflect the resignation by President Lou Anna Simon. Names of Larry Nassar victims have been written alongside. (Jason Colthorp, WDIV)

EAST LANSING, Mich. – Local 4's Jason Colthorp is in East Lansing talking to students at Michigan State University a day after former sports physician Larry Nassar was sentenced to prison. 

  • Stay tuned for live video above.

Nassar worked as a team doctor for Michigan State's gymnastics team. He admitted to sexually abusing dozens of young women and girls and will spend the rest of his life behind bars. 

Colthorp interviewed Sue Carter, the faculty athletic representative of Michigan State University who submitted her resignation Wednesday. Watch the interview below or right here

He is also looking for students to interview. 

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Checking on mood of MSU campus after Nassar sentencing

Follow along here. (*To view from the ClickOnDetroit app, click here).

 

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