Riley Howell’s mom and dad, his little sisters and baby brother Teddy miss him every single day. As the anniversary of the shooting approached, we wanted talked to the family about how they felt nearing the anniversary of Riley’s death.
UNC Charlotte is moving forward with plans for a permanent outdoor memorial and reflection space along with numerous other ways to remember the victims of the April 30, 2019, campus shooting, Chancellor Phil Dubois said Thursday.
This group is charged with coming up with the best way to remember Reed Parlier and Riley Howell, two students who were killed in an on-campus shooting at the school’s Kennedy building in April. The commission will also decide what to do with the classroom where this happened.
Pescaro is grateful for all the support he's received. From his parents and longtime girlfriend who was always at his bedside. To his fellow students, teachers and coaches past and present to the total strangers who reached out.
The UNC Charlotte classroom where two students were killed and four others were injured in April will not be used during the upcoming school year, university chancellor Philip Dubois announced Thursday.
UNC Charlotte shooting victim Drew Pescaro, who was rehospitalized to treat infection from his injuries, declared in a tweet Friday that he was “in my best condition yet” after four days at Duke University Hospital in Durham.
“Rami Alramadhan asked us to let you know he recently had surgery, and is healing and doing great,” UNC Charlotte posted on Twitter Monday. “Please continue to keep him, Drew, Sean and Emily in your thoughts.”
Officials say 22-year-old Trystan Terrell opened fire in a university building 5:40 May 30, killing 21-year-old Riley Howell and 19-year-old Ellis Reed Parlier, and injuring 20-year-old Rami Alramadhan, 20-year-old Sean Dehart, 23-year-old Emily Houpt, and 19-year-old Drew Pescaro.