In 1999 the Michigan Team was one of the 5 winners of the Putnam Competition, placing 4th.
To ensure Chris and Chan are dead, he plugs two more bullets into Chris and one more into Chan.
Gang then leaves the building, crosses two streets, enters another building and goes to the second floor.
He enters an empty conference room, takes off his jacket, folds it and then kills himself, twelve minutes after he fired the first shot. (1963 - November 1, 1991), born in Beijing, China, (surname Lu; Chinese: 卢刚 L Gāng) was a graduate student in physics at the University of Iowa.
On Friday, November 1, 1991, using a .38 caliber revolver and also carrying a .22 caliber handgun, he shot and killed five people on the Iowa campus in Iowa City, seriously wounded another, then committed suicide.
He also continued to plan his revenge on his college's physics department should his appeal fail.
Professor Chris Goertz directed the research that Gang was involved in for his Ph. Professor Robert "Bob" Smith collaborated with Chris on part of the research.
It shatters his glasses as well as taking his life.
By now everybody else in the room is scrambling for cover - or a way out. Gang takes two steps toward him and shoots him in the right hand and chest.
Nicholson, chairman of the physics and astronomy department; Robert Alan Smith, an assistant professor; and Linhua Shan, a fellow physics graduate student, also from China. Anne Cleary, the assistant vice president for academic affairs, was killed in Jessup Hall, the main administration building, where a student employee, Miya Rodolfo-Sioson, was shot in the spine, permanently paralyzing her arms and legs.
Lu had received his doctoral degree the previous May.