After Shooting, Oikos Students Seek New Classroom

Seven people were killed in the shooting at Oikos University in Oakland on April 2.

The director of the nursing program at the California Christian college where a gunman went on a deadly rampage says her students don't want to return to the classroom building where the shootings took place.

Ellen Cervellon said Wednesday that nursing students at Oikos University are still traumatized by the April 2 shooting and are looking for a new space off campus to hold classes. Instructors say they are not sure when classes will resume.

Seven people were killed and three others wounded when police say former student One Goh returned to the Oakland campus on April 2 with a gun and began shooting in classrooms.

The 43-year-old Goh has been charged with seven counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder.

He has not entered a plea.

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