To see sample reports and reporters available for TV, visit www.kent.edu/about/history/may4/newsroom/videos/packages.cfm.
Joe Cullum, a Kent State student at the time of the shooting, gives his firsthand account of the events of May 4, 1970.
Tom Saal, gives his account of going to Kent State as a Vietnam Veteran in the months following May 4, 1970. He also talks dealing with the post traumatic stress he experienced after serving in the war as a US Marine Corps Lieutenant.
Don Drumm, a popular metal sculptor and Kent State graduate, speaks about his steel sculpture in front of Taylor Hall and its role in the investigation following the events of May 4, 1970.
Chuck Ayers give his firsthand account of the events of May 4, 1970. Ayers, a Kent State graduate, and now the cartoonist for "Crankshaft," took many photos documenting the events leading up to the shooting.
New center tells the May 4 story, set against the political and cultural changes of the 1960s. Kent State University officially opened its much-anticipated May 4 Visitors Center on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012. The May 4 Visitors Center is located in room 101 of Taylor Hall at 300 Midway Drive on the Kent State campus.
Beginning on April 29, visitors will have the chance to follow in the steps of history through the new May 4 Walking Tour Documentary: May 4, 1970: Someone to Tell the Story.