Forty-five years ago, on May 4, 1970, four students at Ohio’s Kent State University were shot and killed. Nine more were seriously injured. They were protesting the war in Vietnam. 613 more words
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Happy Star Wars day everybody! But being a Kent State alumnus, May 4th has a bit of a different significance for me.
As the video says: It’s unclear whether the soldiers were given the order to shoot or not, but only the only states in the country where the National Guard used live ammunition at the time were Alaska and Ohio. 34 more words
KENT, Ohio — It’s been 45 years since a deadly confrontation between the National Guard and students on the Kent State University campus.
The May 4, 1970 events left four students dead — Allison Krause, Jeffrey Miller, Sandra Scheuer, and William Schroeder — after National Guard troops opened fire on Vietnam War protestors. 133 more words
OPENING RECEPTION: May 8, 2015, 5pm-8pm
Kent State University Main gallery presents an MFA Thesis Exhibition “Suddenly, I Didn’t Want to Die.” by artist Matthew Deibel. 94 more words
JACKSONVILLE – The Class 3A state meet began with a triumph and quickly followed with tragedy.
The Estero girls 4×800-meter relay team (Daley Cline, Breeana Salcedo, Megan Giovanniello and Megan Slater) battled with top-seeded Miami Northwestern for top honors Saturday. 579 more words