EAST LANSING, MI (WXYZ) — March 13 marks one month since the tragic mass shooting at Michigan State University.
On February 13, a man walked into two of the school's buildings killing three students and injuring five others.
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19-year-old Arielle Diamond Anderson, 20-year-old Brian Fraser, and Clawson native Alexandria Verner lost their lives during the shooting.
In remembrance of this heartbreaking milestone, MSU students and staff are holding a walkout on Sunday March 19, at 2:13 p.m.. The time represents the day of the tragic MSU shooting.
Participants will walk to the Demonstration Field in remembrance of the victims and use the time as a way to support and uplift one another.