MSU's long path ahead: What other universities have done after mass shootings

Wednesday, March 15, 2023
Bridge Michigan

The February 13 Michigan State University shooting is the 11th incident where a lone gunman killed three or more people on college campuses. Responses to such tragedies have included addressing trauma early and often, preparing coordinated emergency response for shootings and creating threat assessment teams. Many survivors and advocates have called for gun reform in the aftermath of shootings, although fierce political debate over gun rights and access persists. 

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