Lansing Lugnuts Baseball Stadium 'Oldsmobile Park' Becomes 'Cooley Law School Stadium.'
The downtown Lansing stadium, home to the minor league baseball team the Lansing Lugnuts, was officially named the Cooley Law School Stadium through a sponsorship agreement between the baseball team and the law school.
« The Lansing Lugnuts Baseball Stadium 'Oldsmobile Park' becomes 'Cooley Law School Stadium.' Pictured (from left to right): Big Lug, the Lansing Lugnuts mascot; Patrick Day, General Manager of the Lansing Lugnuts; Don LeDuc, President and Dean of Cooley Law School; Virg Bernero, the Mayor of Lansing and Scott Keith, Interim President and CEO of the Lansing Entertainment and Public Facilities Authority reveal the logo for the new Cooley Law School Stadium.
« Cooley Law School Stadium sign being crane lifted to the front of the stadium.
« Cooley Law School Stadium view from the front.
« First Phase of $6 Million Law Library Expansion Opens at Cooley in Lansing. Pictured (from left to right): Duane Strojny, associate dean of library and instructional support for Cooley Law School; Donna Morris, Cooley alumnus and member of the Charles J. Strosacker Foundation board of trustees; Don LeDuc, president and dean of Cooley Law School; Jerry Ambrose, executive assistant to Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero; Christopher Higgins, Cooley student leader; and William Schoettle, chief operating officer and vice president of operations at Cooley.
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