EAST LANSING, Michigan — Three students were killed and five others injured in a mass shooting Monday night at Michigan State University.
The Michigan State University Police Department released the names of the two young people who died. The name of the third victim was not released at the family’s request, police said.
Brian Frazier was a sophomore from Grosse Point, Michigan.
Frazier was president of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity in Michigan.
“As leader of his chapter, Brian was a great friend to his Phi Delta brothers, the Greek community in Michigan and those with whom he interacted on campus,” Phi Delta Theta said in a statement.
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Alexandria Werner was a junior from Clawson, Michigan.
Werner, who graduated from Clawson High School in 2020, “was a great student, athlete and leader,” Clawson Public Schools said in a statement.
She “demonstrated kindness every day of her life,” the school district said. “If you knew her, you loved her and we will always remember the indelible impact she had on all of us.”
According to the school district, Werner is survived by her parents, a sister, and a brother.
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