Scheduled events for May 4 commemoration

Friday, May 2:

3:30 p.m., Kiva – Debate: Students from Emerson College in Boston will debate whether the shootings were justified.

Saturday May 3:

6:30 p.m., Kiva – Poetry reading from contest winners

7 p.m., Born on the Fourth of July (movie) followed by a Q&A with Ron Kovic who the movie is based on.

11 p.m., Commons – Silent candlelight march

Sunday May 4:

Midnight-12:24 p.m., Prentice Hall lot – Silent candlelight vigil

10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Commons – Eyes Wide Open Ohio display by American Friends Service Committee

11 a.m.-noon, Commons – Tropidelic performance

Noon-2:30 p.m., Commons – 38th annual commemoration, “Where Does it End?” Speakers include Scott Ritter, former United Nations weapons inspector and activist; wounded students Dean Kahler and Joe Lewis; and Emily Kunstler, daughter of Bill Kunstler who was a lawyer for the May 4 families.