And, of course there has been killing on campuses before, in the United States.
And that was 1970 in a Vietnam War Protest, when national guard soldiers opened fire on protestors--S T U D E N T S.
And 10 days later police opened fire on S T U D E N T S at Jackson State College in Mississippi killing 2 (two) and wounding twelve (12).
And then, in 1971 two S T U D E N T S were killed on Southern A & M College (Southern University) CAMPUS.
Denver Smith and Leonard Brown were shotgunned down on Southern campus, by police.
So, that murder has become routine in American's minds everywhere. Murder. Routine? It was homecoming in Grambling, and a decision had to be made, if the festivities would go on as previously planned.
One female student, thought it crazy that everything would continue and move-on she said, "as if nothing had happened. However, the pep rally became a peace walk, complete with the University President.
But the fact remains, this was Black on black crime at an institution of higher learning.
In Nearby Monroe, one black man murdered two people in two different areas of town. Two days before and drive-by shooting wounded an individual, just blocks away. Routine?