Students gathered in a demonstration to bury a copy of the Constitution to "Symbolize it's 'murder'."
Angry students take to the streets to protest while vandalizing and destroying local buildings' windows.
Police come with tear gas in hopes of stooping the riots, eventually (at 2:30) the students disperse back to their dorms.
Though many were destructive and out of control the night before, some of the students helped to clean up the streets the morning after.
Angry students set the Officer Training Corps building on fire, then to make sure it cannot be put out, they cut the hoses, making them impossible to use effectively. Students are eventually sent back to there dorms, along with some non-students who spent the night there as well.
Students gather at the Victory Bell in the Commons to protest, once the crowd failed to disperse, "at 9:00 p.m., the Ohio Riot Act was read and tear gas was fired." Also at around 11:00 p.m., "the Riot Act was read again, tear gas was used and a number of people -- guardsmen and demonstrators -- were injured in the confusion."
Students gather at the commons and practice field, though protesting is banned now. Officers throw tear gas, but it does not work very well because of the windy day, the gas is also retaliated by verbal abuse and sticks/rocks. Officers are beginning to feel a bit unsafe.
Officers as well as one commander fires into the crowd of unarmed students, injuring 9 and killing Jeffrey Miller, Allison Krause, William Schroeder and Sandra Scheuer with around 61-67 rounds.
The injured students are rushed to the hospital, while those who are already lost are mourned over. The officers are reprimanded and given fines for what they did, though there was no further punishment after that. People around the world feel sorrow and sadness towards Kent, as many donate gifts and money