As the anniversary of Lauren Spierer's disappearance approaches, the parents of the IU student said today that they believe she was in medical distress on the night she went missing and that her companions 'did nothing to help her.''...
Seems like it was just yesterday that news spread of a missing college girl from Indiana University. As I’ve said on many occasions, it hit me hard having a daughter that attended the same school; lived in the same building.
:: Lauren Spierer Case :: #FindLauren *new update* : June 3rd, 2012 One year later, we are stronger than ever. We are more determined. We won’t stop fighting. Together, we will continue to take this one day at a time. Together, we will bring Lauren home.
A circle of young men who played pivotal roles in the hours before Lauren Spierer disappeared June 3, 2011, are not being completely candid and stifling the investigation, the family's private detec...
Please join Indiana University Dean of Students Harold "Pete" Goldsmith and Rabbi Sue Laikin Silberberg to remember Lauren Spierer and to reflect on the year that has passed since her disappearance. Parking will be available in the lot on Atwater Avenue behind Hillel Center and in the Henderson and Atwater Parking Garages. Regular enforcement will be relaxed during this period for those attending.
Last June, 20 year-old Indiana University student Lauren Spierer was out partying with friends at a local sports bar when she simply disappeared. The classmate she was seen with on a security camera that night says he was punched in the face and woke up in his own bed the next morning with no recollection of what happened. Spierer’s purse and keys were found in the street en route to a friend’s apartment. Her parents have spent the last year trying to no avail to get someone to come forward and reveal what they know. In a recent interview, Charlene Spierer conceded her daughter may not be found alive.
The posters asking for information about Spierer’s disappearance are still in the store windows in her hometown of Scarsdale, New York. “I don’t have the heart to take them down,” said one business owner. “That’s like giving up and I can’t do that knowing Lauren’s parents are waiting to hear what happened to their daughter every day.”