Black Pioneers share memories

John Sellars will never forget the night of April 4, 1968. He was in his dormitory room at Hinton James Residence Hall when he heard people running up and down the corridor and celebrating on the balconies. When he went out to see what was going on, someone told him that Martin Luther King Jr. had just been killed. "The reason for the cheering—cheering—was because King just got assassinated," Sellars says.  For full story click here.