Michigan State interim president blasts ESPN report

Michigan State interim president blasts ESPN report

Michigan State interim president blasts ESPN report

The vote does not call for MSU Interim President John Engler to resign, at-large member of the Steering Committee Robert LaDuca said. Engler replaced Lou Anna Simon as Michigan State's leader two weeks ago.

The faculty has no confidence in the leadership of the MSU Board of Trustees.

There was significant fallout at MSU following the Nassar scandal, as Simon resigned and athletic director Mark Hollis announced his retirement.

"I told them that we as a board failed them as it related to the process", Mosallam said. That's about all I'm going to say on it.

Engler sent a letter to the "MSU campus community" on Tuesday to provide an update on ways in which the university is cooperating with several different ongoing investigations.

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"I viewed with great concern a recent ESPN report that gathered considerable national attention in no small part because it showed a promotional graphic of our head football coach and men's basketball coach with Larry Nassar", Engler wrote.

Engler called the report "a sensationalized package of reporting", according to Murphy. That has been a burden that must be lifted.

Right now, the governing boards of MSU, Wayne State and the University of MI are selected by voters. "We'll see what goes from there when I get home and get a chance to read it all and get a chance to talk to him". "As a physician whose core value is caring, I feel it's my obligation to the courageous survivors of sexual abuse to draw upon my experience in university clinical practice management to ensure safe quality care for every patient and every student, every time".

Dantonio, for his part, has denied that the ESPN report contained any new information, stating that he has always worked with the proper authorities when dealing with cases of sexual assault.

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