The violence at Michigan State University on Monday was the latest episode in a string of mass shootings on college campuses in the United States over the past few decades.
Here are some of them:
November 2022: Charlottesville, Va.
Three University of Virginia students, who all played on the football team, were killed when a gunman opened fire in a garage.
October 2015: Roseburg, Ore.
A 26-year-old man opened fire on the campus of Umpqua Community College in southern Oregon, leaving 10 people dead.
April 2012: Oakland, Calif.
A former student opened fire on students and staff at Oikos University, killing seven.
April 2007: Blacksburg, Va.
The killing of 33 people at Virginia Tech was among the worst campus shooting sprees in American history. Two more people died in a shooting on the same campus nearly five years later.
May 1970: Kent, Ohio
Four students were fatally shot on the Kent State University campus by members of the Ohio National Guard, who were breaking up a protest against President Nixon’s expansion of the Vietnam War into Cambodia.
August 1966: Austin, Texas
A former Marine killed 16 people, including his wife and mother, from a tower at the University of Texas at Austin.