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Gov. Whitmer shares her plan for leading state after Michigan State mass shooting
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer opened up in an interview on Friday, five days after a gunman opened fire at her alma mater Michigan State University.
Whitmer was again tasked with leading the state of Michigan through another school shooting.
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New options for Michigan State University students ahead of return back to campus
Michigan State University students will be given a credit/no credit option for the spring semester.
The university announced Friday (Feb. 17) afternoon, saying they will be able to opt out of getting a grade for their classes this semester. Students have the entire semester to make that decision.
Classes will resume Monday (Feb. 20), one week after the deadly shooting.
University of Michigan’s School of Education renamed after family donates $55M
The University of Michigan Board of Regents approved the renaming of the School of Education in recognition of gifts from the Marsal family that totaled more than $55 million.