John Engler had the same question everyone else had when he returned to Michigan State University 10 weeks ago as interim president:
How had Dr. Larry Nassar’s serial abuse of hundreds of girls and young women on the MSU campus continue for so long undetected, and who at the university knew what and when?
“I was disappointed in what I found,” Engler told (The Detroit News) in his first extensive interview since his appointment. “There was a lot of confusion. The processes I would have thought would be there weren’t.”
Instead, the former Michigan governor and MSU alum confronted a college administration he describes as “very diffuse and disorganized” without clear lines of authority or accountability.