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February 14, 2008 Memorial

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Scope and Contents

Administrative Information

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THE VICTIMS

EVENTS OF FEBRUARY 14, 2008

CONDOLENCES

REMEMBERING AND MEMORIALS

RECOVERY

SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS

REMEMBRANCE EVENTS

COLE HALL

KISHWAUKEE HOSPITAL

RELATED ISSUES

CAMPUS SECURITY, GUN CONTROL AND CAMPUS SHOOTINGS

KAZMIERCZAK



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Collection Overview

Title: February 14, 2008 Memorial, 2008-2012

Predominant Dates:2008-2012

ID: RHC/UA/54/

Extent: 29.25 Linear Feet

Arrangement:

The February 14, 2008 Memorial Collection is unique among the University Archives Collections in that it documents an event, and the effect of that event on the Northern Illinois University Community.  This collection is divided into twelve series: The Victims; Events of February 14, 2008; Condolences; Remembering and Memorials; Recovery; Scholarship Funds; Remembrance Events; Cole Hall; Kishwaukee Hospital; Related Issues; Campus Security, Gun Control and Campus Shootings; and Kazmierczak.

The first series is devoted to the memory of the victims of the shooting which occurred on the NIU campus on February 14, 2008.  Included here are articles and information about the five students who died that day: Gayle Dubowski, Catalina Garcia, Juliana Gehant, Ryanne Mace, and Daniel Parmenter, as well as duplicate diplomas that were awarded posthumously.  Also included here is information on the students who were wounded in the attack that day.

Series II, the largest series in this collection, documents the events of February 14, 2008.  It is divided into four sub-series: Administrative Materials; Press Coverage; Video/TV Coverage; and Oral Histories, and First Person Accounts and Reports.  The administrative materials include the campus alerts that went out minutes after the event, communications from President John Peters, departmental impact statements, and the “2/14/08 Forward” binder of materials which touch on various aspects following the shooting including counseling, public affairs, and rescheduling of classes and other events.  Also found here is the NIU Report [2010] on the Shooting and the Response of NIU and other Public Safety and Emergency Responders.  The sub-series on press coverage includes coverage by the NIU student newspaper, The Northern Star, local, state, national, and international newspapers, as well as magazine articles and on-line stories.  CD’s and DVD’s of press conferences, and newscasts make up the bulk of the next sub-series, but also included is footage of the vigils and memorial services which occurred on the Northern Illinois University campus.  The final sub-series contains oral history recordings by Dr. E. Taylor Atkins History 497 and 597 classes, as well as “Story Corps” interviews, and other written and recorded descriptions by faculty, staff, students, and members of the DeKalb Police Department on what they experienced that day.

Condolences of various kinds are included in Series III.  They are divided into five sub-series: real cards and letters; on-line condolence pages; condolence books; newsletter and magazine articles containing tributes and condolences; and e-mail messages.  In addition to sympathy cards and letters, there are handmade cards by students of various ages, coloring sheets, and resolutions.  The NIU Remembers web site contains condolences from the local community, educational institutions, public officials as well as the public at large, not only from the United States, but also from a number of foreign countries.  The condolence books come primarily from other universities, but include one from a hospital, junior high students, and the M.I.T. and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute Joint Program.  There is also a memorial scrapbook assembled by an NIU staff member.  The e-mail messages, too, encompass a wide range of people, from ordinary citizens, to legislators.  Facebook, MySpace, and blogs are also found here.  It should be noted that the administration, faculty, staff and students from Virginia Tech sent numerous forms of condolences to corresponding members of the NIU community.

The fourth series deals with Remembering and Memorials.  There are eight sub-series: Memorial Services; Memorial Sites; Articles, Stories and Poetry; the “Forward-TogetherForward” Logo, Posters, and Ribbons; Artwork; the Quilt Project; Music and Videos; and Photographs.  In addition to the NIU Memorial Services and Events, a number of local churches held services and vigils, as well as at Virginia Tech and a cathedral in Salzburg, Austria.  Information about the Memorial Room first located in Altgeld Hall and later moved to the Holmes Student Center is here, as well as about the Memorial Garden and sculpture near Cole Hall.  A number of people affected by the events of February 14, 2008 chose to express their feelings by writing poetry, articles, or even a book.  Within hours of the tragedy a logo that became identified with NIU and its desire to survive and move forward was created.  The use of this logo and other NIU trademarks is discussed.  Remembrance ribbons were made by individuals and groups on campus, and worn throughout the spring semester.  In addition to an article about the ribbons, a selection of ribbons is housed with the artifact portion of this collection.  Several works of art were created, a watercolor painting by Tatum Haag, and a large watercolor mural by Charlotte Rollman’s Art Classes.  The University College and Designers Association, also sponsored a “Campus Violence” Poster Project.  The next subseries deals with the NIU Library Memorial Quilt Project, and contains brochures, correspondence, participation forms, and photographs of the completed quilt sections, as well as photos depicting the creation and piecing together of the quilt.  Some members of the community expressed their feelings musically, which is the theme of the next sub-series. The words to NIU’s Alma Mater were revised, and new songs were written.  CD’s, DVD’s and a video are also found here.  The last sub-series contains thousands of photographs that were taken of the NIU campus, and the DeKalb and Sycamore area to document the tragedy, the support, and the hope of the community.  Of particular note is the “Huskies on Parade” selection of photographs which shows the various “Huskie” dog statues that were painted by individuals from on and off campus and sold to benefit the Forward, Together Forward Scholarship Fund.

Series V contains materials dealing with Recovery.  Included here are messages from President Peters, articles on recovery assistance and events, tips for teaching, counseling support, the comfort/therapy dogs, free hugs, prayer shawls, and support from groups beyond campus.

The sixth series contains information on the scholarships established to remember the victims of February 14th, later known as the “Forward, Together Forward Scholarships.”  Information on the recipients of these scholarships will be added yearly.  In addition, articles on various fund-raising events and activities, such as baseball games, concerts, and the “Huskies on Parade” to benefit the scholarships are found here.

Information on annual remembrances of the tragedy are found in series seven.  A schedule of events for the first anniversary “NIU Remembers,” as well as brochures for various activities, and articles from many newspapers, including The Northern Star, are found here.  The second year “Day of Reflection,” was a more modest event.

The fate of Cole Hall is documented in Series VIII.  Located here are newspaper articles, correspondence, survey results, petitions, e-mail comments, and the “Preserve NIU’s Cole Hall” Facebook site.

Kishwaukee Hospital played a critical role following the campus shootings.  Documents relating to the hospital’s response, plus messages and thank you materials displayed in the hospital are found in series nine.

A wide variety of materials are found in Series X which deals with Related Issues.  Included here are a “Healing Huskies” poster; information on “Huskies United;” stories and information about the Regional History Center’s task to document the tragedy of February 14, 2008; NIU’s relationship with Virginia Tech; the USFA report on the DeKalb Fire Department’s Response on February 14, 2008; awards received for coverage of the event by Public Affairs, Northern Television, WNIU/WNIJ, the response by President Peters, and campus social workers; articles on managing stress and helping children cope after school shootings; as well as internet articles from the Christian Science Monitor relating to good and evil. Campus Security, Gun Control and Campus Shootings are discussed in many articles found in series eleven.  Especially noteworthy is the book edited by NIU’s Brian Hemphill and Brandi Hephner LaBanc, Enough is Enough: a Student Affairs Perspective on Preparedness and Response to a Campus Shooting.  Articles about NIU’s Police Chief Don Grady are located here, in addition to the Campus Security Task Force Report to the Governor, and stories on emergency alert systems, the NIU graffiti threat of April 22, 2008, the February 19, 2010 shooting outside Stevenson Hall, and the murder of Antinette “Toni” Keller on October 14, 2010.  The Westboro Baptist Church planned to protest at the NIU memorials, and funerals of the students.  Correspondence and messages dealing with those protests and hate speech are also found in this series.

The last, and smallest, series deals with Steven Kazmierczak, the man who committed the shootings and then took his own life on February 14, 2008.  There are print and on-line articles about Kazmierczak and his girl friend Jessica Baty. Esquire Magazine published a detailed investigative report about him in August 2008.  An article published in Criminology & Public Policy co-written by Dr. Jim Thomas, Kazmierczak, Leaf and Stone in 2006 is also included here.

Date Acquired: 00/00/2008

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The February 14, 2008 Memorial Collection is unique among the University Archives Collections in that it documents an event, and the effect of that event on the Northern Illinois University Community.  This collection is divided into twelve series: The Victims; Events of February 14, 2008; Condolences; Remembering and Memorials; Recovery; Scholarship Funds; Remembrance Events; Cole Hall; Kishwaukee Hospital; Related Issues; Campus Security, Gun Control and Campus Shootings; and Kazmierczak.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: The materials in this collection will be available for scholarly, educational and journalistic purposes only, and will not be available for random browsing.   We will consider all specific requests for access and use.  Visitors interested in looking at the memorial items will be able to view the artifacts through the photographs and the website.  The 10 oversize memorial panels from NIU’s Martin Luther King Commons, where people recorded their messages of grief and hope, have been preserved.  They can be viewed on the February 14, 2008 Memorial website, http://www.february14.niu.edu/, which has the capability of “zooming in” to read the messages.  The panels sent to NIU by Virginia Tech can be viewed in the same fashion.  Many of the articles from the various campus memorials were also able to be saved, and are also being preserved by the Center. PLEASE NOTE: SOME OF THE MEDIA MATERIALS REQUIRE  PERMISSION TO USE APPROVAL FROM THE ORIGINATING AGENCIES OR MEDIA OUTLETS.

Acquisition Method: The University Archives acquired the materials in the February 14, 2008 Memorial Collection from offices and departments all across the Northern Illinois University Campus, as well as from outside individuals and organizations who recognized the importance of this event to the history of the University.

Other Note: The 10 oversize memorial panels from NIU’s Martin Luther King Commons, where people recorded their messages of grief and hope, have been preserved.  They can be viewed on the February 14, 2008 Memorial website, http://www.february14.niu.edu/, which has the capability of “zooming in” to read the messages.  The panels sent to NIU by Virginia Tech can be viewed in the same fashion.

Other URL: http://www.february14.niu.edu/


Box and Folder Listing


Browse by Series:

[Series I: THE VICTIMS],
[Series II: EVENTS OF FEBRUARY 14, 2008],
[Series III: CONDOLENCES],
[Series IV: REMEMBERING AND MEMORIALS],
[Series V: RECOVERY],
[Series VI: SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS],
[Series VII: REMEMBRANCE EVENTS],
[Series VIII: COLE HALL],
[Series IX: KISHWAUKEE HOSPITAL],
[Series X: RELATED ISSUES],
[Series XI: CAMPUS SECURITY, GUN CONTROL AND CAMPUS SHOOTINGS],
[Series XII: KAZMIERCZAK],
[All]

Series II: EVENTS OF FEBRUARY 14, 2008
Sub-Series A: Administrative materials
Box 3
Folder 1: Campus Alert, 3:20 p.m., Printed from Founders Library Reference Desk, February 14, 2008
Folder 2: Campus Alert - Possible Gunman on Campus, 4:11 p.m.; and Campus  Alert - Gunman No Longer a Threat, 5:01 p.m., February 14, 2008
Folder 3: NIU Homepage - Information on the Tragedy, and Related Messages, February 14-21, 2008
Folder 4: NIU Website Timeline, February 14-24, 2008
Folder 5: President John Peters Speeches, Letters, and Communications  Relating to the Events of February 14, 2008
Folder 6: February 14th Departmental Impact Statements: Office of Public Affairs,  Information Technology Services, Administration and University  Outreach, no date
Folder 7: 2/14/08 Forward Binder materials: Section 1: Aftermath
Folder 8: 2/14/08 Forward Binder materials: Section 2: Condolences
Folder 9: 2/14/08 Forward Binder materials: Section 3: Counseling
Folder 10: 2/14/08 Forward Binder materials: Section 4: Information Technology Services
Folder 11: 2/14/08 Forward Binder materials: Section 5: Public Affairs
Folder 12: 2/14/08 Forward Binder materials: Section 6: Rescheduling Classes
Folder 13: 2/14/08 Forward Binder materials: Section 7: Rescheduling Other Events
Folder 14: Illinois State Police Seek Information on February 14, 2008 Shooting
Box 4
Folder 1: Pre-2/14 Report Articles, February 27-March 18, 2010
Folder 2-3: Report of the February 14, 2008 Shootings at Northern Illinois  University, March 18, 2010
Folder 4: 2/14 Report - Newspaper Coverage, March 19- 26, 2010
Sub-Series B: Press Coverage
Box 5
Folder 1-4: Northern Star, NIU Student Newspaper, February 15, 2008-August 24, 2009
Folder 5: Northern Star Online - Cole Hall Shootings, Coverage Archive, February 14-March 18, 2008
Folder 6: Color Photocopies of Northern Star Coverage of February 18 & 25, 2008, from Jim Killam, Northern Star Advisor
Folder 7: Articles and Correspondence on the Northern Star, and Covering  Tragedies, from Jim Killam, Northern Star Advisor, February 14- August 26, 2008
Folder 8: E-mail correspondence sent to Maria Krull, Northern Star Adverstising Advisor, February 14-18, 2009
Folder 9: Northern Star Related Articles, February 15-April 14, 2008
Box 6
Folder 1-3: [u]Daily Chronicle, DeKalb County, Illinois, February 15, 2008-December 2009
Folder 4: Midweek, SycamoreIllinois, February 20, 2008-May 20, 2009
Folder 5-6: Rockford Register Star, February 15-October 2, 2008, December 2009
Folder 7: Chicago Tribune, February 15, 2008-February 13, 2009
Folder 8: Chicago Sun Times, February 15-September 29, 2008
Folder 9-10: Daily Herald, Tri-Cities & Kaneland Editions, February 15, 2008-  February 13, 2009
Box 7
Folder 1: Beacon News, Aurora/Kane CountyIllinois, February 15-December 31, 2008
Folder 2: Batavia Republican , February 21, 2008
Folder 3: Batavia Sun , February 20 & 27, 2008
Folder 4: Pentagraph , Bloomington, Illinois, February 15-19, 2008
Folder 5: Southern Illinoisian , Carbondale, Illinois, February 15-17, 2008
Folder 6: News-Gazette , Champaign, Illinois, February 15-28, 2008
Folder 7: Northwest Herald , Crystal Lake, Illinois, February 15-19, 2008
Folder 8: Herald & Review , Decatur, Illinois, February 16 & 19, 2008
Folder 9: Telegraph , Dixon, Illinois, March 14, 2008
Folder 10: Courier News , Elgin, Illinois, February 15-October 26, 2008
Folder 11: Knox Student , Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois, February 16 & 21, 2008
Folder 12: Kane County Chronicle , Geneva, Illinois, February 16-June 20, 2008
Folder 13: Courier , College of DuPage Student Newspaper, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, February 22 & 29, 2008
Folder 14: News Tribune , LaSalle, Illinois, February 20-21, 2008
Folder 15: Western Courier , Western Illinois University, macomb, February 15 & 18, 2008
Folder 16: Mendota Reporter [includes Gehant Obituary], February 20 & 27, and April 9, 2008
Folder 17: Journal Star , Peoria, Illinois, February 15-17, 2008
Folder 18: Rochelle News-Leader , February 19, 2008
Folder 19: Rock Island Argus (sometime in Spring 2008), no date
Folder 20: Rock River Times , Rockford, Illinois, February 20-26, 2008
Folder 21: Journal Register , Springfield, Illinois, February 15-21, 2008
Folder 22: Woodridge Reporter , February 22, 2008
Folder 23: Enterprise , Will and Kendall Counties, Illinois, February 21, 2008
Folder 24: Collegiate Times , Virginia Tech, February 14 & 19, 2008
Folder 25: Kansas State Collegian , February 19, 2008
Folder 26: Los Angeles Times , February 16 & 20, 2008
Folder 27: New York Times , February 15, 16, 19, & 26, 2008
Folder 28: Journal Inquirer , manchester, Connecticut, February 15, 2008
Folder 29: Tideline , Palisades Charter High School, March 7-21, 2008
Folder 30: Charlotte Sun , Port Charlotte, Florida, (February 15-March 31, 2008)
Folder 31: Washington Post , February 15-17, 2008
Folder 32: Wisconsin State Journal , February 20, 22 & March 2, 2008
Folder 33: USA Today , (February 15-April 25, 2008)
Folder 34: Coverage by Various US and Canadian Newspapers, [color  photocopies, from Jim Killam], February 15, 2008
Folder 35: Chronicle of Higher Education , February 22 & 29, 2008
Folder 36: Guardian , London, February 15, 2008
Folder 37: Miami Herald , Panama Edition, February 16, 2008
Folder 38: La Prensa , Panama [Spanish], February 16, 2008
Folder 39: Excelsior , Mexico City [Spanish], February 16, 2008
Folder 40: Elburn Herald , Illinois, February 21, 2008
Folder 41: Daily Vidette . Illinois State University, Normal, February 18, 2008
Folder 42: Trinitonian , Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, February 15, 2008
Folder 43: Lake Preston Times , Kingsbury County, South Dakota, February 21, 2008
Box 8
Folder 1: Full Pages, Actual Newspapers: Northern Star , NIU Student Newspaper (2), 25 (2), 26 (1), February 15; 2008
Folder 2: Full Pages, Actual Newspapers: Daily Chronicle , DeKalb County; and  "Forward, Together, Forward" poster, February 15-17, 2008; February 24, 2008
Folder 3: Full Pages, Actual Newspapers: Chicago Sun Times , February 15 & 16, 2008
Folder 4: Full Pages, Actual Newspapers: Chicago Tribune , February 15-17, and March 14, 2008
Folder 5: Full Pages, Actual Newspapers: Rockford Register Star , February 15-17, 2008
Folder 6: Full Pages, Actual Newspapers: News-Gazette , Champaign, February 15-17, 2008
Folder 7: Full Pages, Actual Newspapers: Beacon News , Aurora/Kane County, February 15, 16 & 21, 2008
Folder 8: Full Pages, Actual Newspapers: Daily Herald , Tri-Cities & Kaneland, Memorial Poster, February 24, 2008
Folder 9: Full Pages, Actual Newspapers: Collegiate Times , Virginia Tech (2), February 19, 2008
Folder 10: Full Pages, Actual Newspapers: Midweek, DeKalb County, February 20, 2008
Folder 11: Anniversary Issues: Northern Star, February 12 & 16, 2009
Folder 12: Anniversary Issues: Daily Chronicle, February 14 & 15, 2009
Folder 13: Anniversary Issues: Northern Star, February 12, 2010
Folder 14: Anniversary Issues: Northern Star, February 14, 2011
Folder 15-17: [3 folders for future use]
Folder 18: "NIU Releases the Official Report," Northern Star, March 19, 2010
Box 9
Folder 1: Online Newspaper Articles, and attached Blogs, February 14 September 7, 2008
Folder 2: Newsweek magazine, February 15, 16, 22, & 25, 2008
Folder 3: Time magazine, February 16 & March 3, 2008
Folder 4: NIU Sociology Professors, Fred E. markowitz, and Kirk Miller's, Articles in Footnotes on Tragedy of February 14, 2008
Folder 5: Online magazine Articles, Miscellaneous, February 14-18, 2008
Folder 6: FOXNews.com -  "Former Student Guns Down 5 in Attack at  Northern Illinois University; Kills Self,", February 14, 2008
Folder 7: CBS2chicago.com - Stories relating to NIU tragedy, February 15, 19, 21, & 23, 2008
Folder 8: ABC7chicago.com - Students, Families Still Mourning NIU Losses; and Cole Hall to Remain Closed, February 20, 2008
Folder 9: Wikipedia - Articles on NIU Shooting, and School Shooting, April  and June, 2008
Folder 10: "North Illinois University massacre Was Yet Another Covert Op," jackbloodforum.com, March 10, 2008
Folder 11: Yahoo! News, Articles, February 15 and 16, 2008
Sub-Series C: Video/TV Coverage
Box 10
Folder 1: News clippings from Public Affairs, on CD and DVD's, through 2009
Item 1-2 dvd: Press Conference, February 14, 2008, 5:30 p.m. (2), February 14, 2008
Item 3-4: Press Conference, February 14, 2008, 7:30 p.m. (2), February 14, 2008
Item 5-6: Press Conference, February 15, 2008, 9:30 a.m. (2), February 15, 2008
Item 7-8: Press Conference, February 15, 2008, 1:30 p.m. (2), February 15, 2008
Item 9-10: Press Briefing, February 16, 2008, 4:30 p.m. (2), February 16, 2008
Item 11-12: Press Conference, February 20, 2008, 3:00 p.m. (2), February 20, 2008
Item 13-14: Cole Hall Press Conference (2) NO SOUND, February 27, 2008
Item 15-17: ABC News - Persons of the Week, Interviews with NIU Students and Faculty, (3), February 29, 2008
Box 11
Folder 1: Candlelight Vigil, Holmes Student Center (2), February 15, 2008
Folder 2: Campus Memorials Footage, and Candlelight Vigil at Lucinda & Normal (2), February 19, 2008
Folder 3: Campus Moment of Silence (2), February 21, 2008
Folder 4: "Forward, Together Forward...Student Memorial Service," (2), February 24,  2008
Box 12
Folder 1: WNIJ-FM, Audio CD's of News Stories and Features (3); a typed commentary, February 14- March 7, 2008; February 25, 2008
Folder 2: National Public Radio Stories Related to 2/14/08 (2 CD's), and Transcripts
Folder 3: Today Show, Therapy Dog News Segment (2), circa  February /March 2008
Folder 4: CLTV Special - NIU: Together Forward, May 16, 2008
Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) 1: NIU Shootings: Chicago Coverage: #1 - WLS/ABC Channel 7, February 14, 2008, 3:59 p.m., February 14, 2008
Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) 2: NIU Shootings: Chicago Coverage: #2 - WMAQ/NBC Channel 5, February 14, 2008, 4:32 p.m., February 14, 2008
Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) 3: NIU Shootings: Chicago Coverage: #3 - WBBM, WGN, WFLD, WMAQ, WLS, February 14-15, 2008
Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) 4: NIU Shootings: Chicago Coverage: #4 - WMAQ, WGN, WFLD, WLS, CLTV, WBBM, February 16-21,   2008
Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) 5: NIU Shootings: Chicago Coverage: #5 - CLTV, WSNS, WFLD, WMAQ, WGN, WBBM February 22 to  March 4, 2008 coverage
Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) 6: NIU Shootings: National Coverage: #1 - HLN Prime News, February 14-15, 2008
Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) 7: NIU Shootings: National Coverage: #2 NBC, ABC, CBS & MSNBC, February 14-29, 2008
Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) 8: NIU Shootings: National Coverage: #3-FNC, HLN, CSPAN2, ESPN2, PBS, MSNBC, & NBC, February 14-26, 2008
Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) 9: NIU Shootings - International Coverage: Canada, CBC - CBS News;  and BCTW, February 14, 2008
Folder 5: Discussion of February 14 on Campus, by Graphic Novels Class, circa Late April 2008
Sub-Series D: Oral Histories, and First Person Accounts/Reports
Box 13
Folder 1: Oral History Class, H497/597, Doctor E. Taylor Atkins Professor,  2.14 Memory Project, Fall 2008
Folder 2: Renee Ellingson, interviewed by Sami Long, October 27, 2008
Folder 3: Terrance Abell, Junior, interviewed by Sami Long, October 29, 2008
Folder 4: Linda M. Linden, interviewed by Sami Long, October 30, 2008
Folder 5: Doctor Denise Rode, [Orientation Director], interviewed by Sami Long, November 13, 2008
Folder 6: Anne Quinlan, [Database manager, Honors Program], interviewed by  Sami Long, December 1, 2008
Folder 7: Dan Turner, [Associate Director, Academic Advising Center],  interviewed by Julie Edmunds, October 26, 2008
Folder 8: Sarah Wiley, [student], interviewed by Julie Edmunds, November 2,  2008
Folder 9: Doctor Kendall Thu, [Associate Professor, Anthropology], interviewed by  Julie Edmunds, November 4, 2008
Folder 10: mary E. Thomas, [student], interviewed by Julie Edmunds, November 4, 2008
Folder 11: Paul Herrick, [student], interviewed by Julie Edmunds, November 25,  2008
Folder 12: Dawn E. Jones, [Director, United Campus Ministries], interviewed by  Brandyn Grove, October 27, 2008
Folder 13: Lois Grove, [Mother of Brandon], interviewed by Brandyn Grove, November 28, 2008
Folder 14: Zachary Isenart, interviewed by Brandyn Grove, November 29, 2008
Folder 15: Shay Galto, [student], interviewed by Brandyn Grove, December 2,  2008
Folder 16: Megan Pitz, [student], interview by Brandyn Grove, December 9, 2008
Folder 17: Ashley Kotel, [student], interviewed by Lindsay Rice, November 3, 2008
Folder 18: Sheena Stanley, [student], interviewed by Lindsay Rice, November 3,  2008
Folder 19: Kelci Fenton, [student], interviewed by Lindsay Rice, November 4, 2008
Folder 20: Doctor Mitchell Halper, interviewed by Lindsay Rice, November 21, 2008
Folder 21: Diana Soutar, [student], interviewed by Lindsay Rice, November 24,  2008
Folder 22: Kate Schott, [City Editor of the Daily Chronicle], interviewed by  John A. Duerk, October 14, 2008
Folder 23: Pete Suffield, [NIU Student and Building Service Worker for Cole Hall], interviewed by John A. Duerk, October 14, 2008
Folder 24: Chris Comny, [Gun Rights Advocate], interviewed by John A. Duerk, October 15, 2008
Folder 25: Brent Keller, [President of NIU Student Association], interviewed by  John A. Duerk, October 17, 2008
Folder 26: Tyler King, [NIU Student], interviewed by John A. Duerk, October  17, 2008
Folder 27: Leon Brown, interviewed by Cornell Darden Junior, November 9, 2008
Folder 28: Erica Chaing, interviewed by Cornell Darden Junior, November 9, 2008
Folder 29: Dominique Johnson, [student], interviewed by Cornell Darden Junior, November 9, 2008
Folder 30: Kierra Jones, interviewed by Cornell Darden Junior, November 9, 2008
Folder 31: Kandice Randall, [student], interviewed by Cornell Darden Junior, November 9, 2008
Folder 32: Arielle Kalvelage, interviewed by Sean McConnel, November 17, 2008
Folder 33: Augustine Tang, [student], interviewed by Sean McConnel, November  17, 2008
Folder 34: Edward King, interviewed by Sean McConnel, December 2, 2008
Folder 35: Megan Selk, [student] interviewed by Sean McConnel, December 2,  2008
Folder 36: Cheyenne Morgan, [student], interviewed by Sean McConnel, December 8, 2008
Box 14
Folder 1: Story Corps Interviews: Articles on Story Corps at NIU, September 22-30, 2008
Folder 2: Story Corps Interviews: Information and Index
Folder 3: Story Corps Interviews: DVD #1 of Interviews
Folder 4: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between margaret Cook [Director LGBT Resource Center],  and Katherine Brook, [facilitator], September 29, 2008
Folder 5: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Rodney J. Neace [Computer Technician, Founders Library], and Stacey Bivens [Library Specialist, Founders Library], September 29, 2008
Folder 6: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Cindy Ditzler [Director/Archivist, Regional History Center], and Anne-marie Oelschlager, [Regional History Center  Staff], September 29, 2008
Folder 7: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Sue manlove [Secretary, History Department], and Lorraine Scurti, [Secretary, School of Art], September 30,  2008
Folder 8: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Melanie magara [Assistant Vice-President, Public Affairs], and Jennice O'Brien, [Web Site manager, Public Affairs], September 30, 2008
Folder 9: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Jeanne Meyer [NIU Police Sergeant], and Katherine Brook, [facilitator], September 30, 2008
Folder 10: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Doctor Rachel Hope Cleves [History Professor], and Doctor E. Taylor Atkins, [History Professor], September 30, 2008
Folder 11: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Gilbert Sebenste [NIU Meteorologist], and Michele Crase, [Associate Director, Environmental Health and Safety], September 30, 2008
Folder 12: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Adina Barrett [student], and Benjamin J. Gilbert,  [student], September 30, 2008
Folder 13: Story Corps Interviews: DVD #2 of Interviews
Folder 14: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Pete Koutropoulos [student], and Andrew Bogda,  [student], October 1, 2008
Folder 15: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Rhonda Richards [Building Services Foreman], and  Joseph A. Safranek, [Building Services Sub-Foreman], October 1,  2008
Folder 16: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Caitlin Mullen [student/journalist Northern Star],  Andrew Mitchell, [student/journalist, Northern Star], and Jim Killam, [Journalist and Advisor for Northern Star], October 1, 2008
Folder 17: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Fran Osenberg [Mother of Michael Spires], and Michael Spires [Research Development Specialist], October 1, 2008
Folder 18: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Kerry D. Ferris [Assistant Professor, Sociology], and  Keri Burchfield, [Assistant Professor, Sociology], October 1, 2008
Folder 19: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Ann Wright-Parsons [Director, NIU Anthropology  Museum], and Rose E. Gorman, [facilitator], October 1, 2008
Folder 20: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Beth Johnson [Graduate Student], and Katherine Brook, [facilitator], October 1, 2008
Folder 21: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Wade Duerkes [Photographer, NIU Media Services], and Rose Gorman, [facilitator], October 2, 2008
Folder 22: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Brian Adams [News Director WDBK], and Katherine Brook, [facilitator], October 2, 2008
Folder 23: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between mary Schlagel [Asbestos Coordinator, Environmental Health and Safety], and Scott Mooberry, [Safety Officer,  Environmental Health and Safety], October 2, 2008
Folder 24: Story Corps Interviews: DVD #3 of Interviews
Folder 25: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Laura Devine [student], and Katherine Brook, [facilitator], October 2, 2008
Folder 26: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Theresa Komitas [Public Relations, Kishwaukee Hospital], and Sharon Emanuelson, [Director of marketing & Public  Relations, Kishwaukee Hospital], October 2, 2008
Folder 27: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Debra Scott [Mother of Lee Scott, and Nurse at  Kishwaukee Hospital], and Lee Scott, [student], October 2, 2008
Folder 28: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Phil Voorhis [Athletic Trainer, NIU], and Monique  Bernoudy, [Associate Athletic Director], October 2, 2008
Folder 29: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Deborah Haliczer [Director Employee  Relations/Social Worker, NIU], and Stephen Haliczer, [Professor of  Internet marketing, College of DuPage Press], October 3, 2008
Folder 30: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Joel Cochrane [Security Supervisor, Founders Library], and marcia A. Dick, [Senior Library Specialist, Founders  Library], October 3, 2008
Folder 31: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Ilona Meagher [Student/Author], and Rose E. Gorman, [facilitator], October 3, 2008
Folder 32: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Lise Schlosser [Secretary, Women's Studies], and  Rebekah Kohli, [Program Coordinator, Women's Studies], October  3, 2008
Folder 33: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Judy Hendrickson [Office manager, History Graduate Office], and Katherine R. maley, [History Teacher Certification Advisor], October 3, 2008
Folder 34: Story Corps Interviews: Interview between Cindy Graves and Rebecca maier, [both Registered  Nurses, Kishwaukee Hospital], October 3, 2008
Box 15
Folder 1: Story Corps Interviews: Nancy Apperson, of Employee Wellness, Interviewed by Guy Stephens  on Events following February 14, 2008 [CD], February 23, 2008
Folder 2: Story Corps Interviews: Barry Schrader Interviews Seven Staff Members of Daily Chronicle [2 DVD's and Release Forms], March 2008
Folder 3: Story Corps Interviews: U.S. Department of Education Interviews of Donald Grady, Darren  Mitchell, Micky Sharma, Melanie magara, Brian Hemphill, President  John Peters, and Campus Scenes. [2  CD's plus Correspondence], October 13-14, 2008
Folder 4: Story Corps Interviews: NIU Geology Department Learns of Shooting, Article, April 2008
Folder 5: Story Corps Interviews: Jan Vander Meer, Administrative Secretary, Department of English, Gives Description of Scene in Reavis Hall following the Shooting on February 14, 2008
Folder 6: Story Corps Interviews: Doctor Colette Morrow, Visiting Professor, E-mail to Her Students, February 14-15, 2008
Folder 7: Story Corps Interviews: Student Witnesses to February 14th Shooting, Online Articles (3), February  17-21, 2008
Folder 8: Story Corps Interviews: Athletes Touched By Tragedy: Men's Soccer, Women's Basketball, and  Softball, Articles, February 18-March 1, 2008
Folder 9: Story Corps Interviews: Incident Report by Joel Cochrane, Head of Security for University Libraries, February 14, 2008
Folder 10: Story Corps Interviews: Janiece Bollie, Center for Governmental Studies, E-mail Account of  Her Experience on February 14, 2008
Folder 11: Story Corps Interviews: Pam Hatcher, Kishwaukee Hospital Nurse, E-mail on Her Participation  in ER on February 14, 2008; Article in  "AARC Record,", June 2008
Folder 12: Story Corps Interviews:  "February 14, 2008 - A Day We Will Never Forget" - A Special Section of Reflections from DeKalb Police Responders, in 2008 Annual Report
Folder 13: Story Corps Interviews:  "On Being Equipped," Article by Dawn E. Jones on Ministry in the Aftermath of the Campus Shootings, Tower News, Fall 2008
Folder 14: Story Corps Interviews: Ilona Meagher, NIU Journalism Student, Report from Campus, February 14, 2008
Folder 15: Story Corps Interviews: Jill Draves, article on Doctor Kapperman and Draves Experience of  February 14, 2008; and E-mail on a Parent's Experience
Folder 16: Story Corps Interviews: Donna Lynn, E-mail with her Daughter madison Green; and a Phone  Message Note, February 14, 2008
Folder 17: Story Corps Interviews: Jacqueline Scott, Student, Text-messages of February 14, 2008
Folder 18: Story Corps Interviews: margaret  "margie" Cook, Text-messages, February 14, 2008
Folder 19: Story Corps Interviews: Valerie Lorusso, E-mail, February 14-15, 2008
Folder 20: Story Corps Interviews: NIU Law Professor, Elvia R. Arriola, on the Impact of February 14 on  Her Life
Folder 21: Story Corps Interviews: matthew Cabrera, Article on the Effects on His Life of February 14, 2008, written January 2012

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[Series IV: REMEMBERING AND MEMORIALS],
[Series V: RECOVERY],
[Series VI: SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS],
[Series VII: REMEMBRANCE EVENTS],
[Series VIII: COLE HALL],
[Series IX: KISHWAUKEE HOSPITAL],
[Series X: RELATED ISSUES],
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