Remembering The Ohio College Shooting Impact On North Dakota Campuses

(Grand Forks, ND) — On this day in history, four students at Ohio’s Kent State University were shot dead by National Guardsmen during a 1970 Vietnam protest on campus. The shots echoed around the world, but were more impactful at college campuses across the U.S. and in North Dakota. Classes were canceled at UND and hundreds of students and faculty rallied outside the administration building. There were marches held at NDSU and at Bismarck State College, among other campuses.

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