MSU shooting victims remembered for their kindness, senses of humor

Flowers left in honor of the victims of the MSU shooting.
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The three Michigan State University students shot and killed Monday on campus have been identified as Arielle Anderson, Brian Fraser, and Alexandria Verner.

Anderson, a 19-year-old junior from Harper Woods, Michigan, was a straight-A student with impeccable manners, her uncle, Tim Davis, told The Detroit News. "She was just sweet and innocent," he said. "She was soft-spoken, always helpful. In my opinion, she was just perfect the way she conducted herself." In a statement, Anderson's family said she wanted to become a surgeon, and was "working diligently to graduate from Michigan State University early to achieve her goals as quickly as possible."

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