Thomas Kleinveld

For little-known Oikos University, an uncertain future after campus shooting

Until April 2, when a shooter killed seven and injured three students and staff members at Oikos University, few in Oakland had even heard of the school. Now, reports about the school’s future are mixed. University officials have signaled that they may begin holding classes off-campus, and state officials have raised concerns about Oikos students’ pass rate on a national nursing exam.

Mourners gather to commemorate victims of Oikos University shooting

Over 800 people gathered Tuesday night at Allen Temple Baptist Church in East Oakland to commemorate the seven killed in Monday’s shooting at Oikos University. The diversity of the victims, who included immigrants from Korea, Nigeria and Nepal, was mirrored in the crowd, which represented all facets of the community. During the two-hour vigil several clergy members from different denominations and religions offered support and prayers for the victims, their family, and friends. They were joined by a number of…

Oakland police identify shooting suspect in Oikos University attack

Police have indentified 43 year-old One L. Goh as the suspect in the shooting deaths of seven people today at Oikos University. Goh, a naturalized Korean citizen, initially fled the scene but turned himself in later at a Safeway in Alameda, where he was detained by Alameda police officers. Officer Johanna Watson, the Oakland Police Department spokesperson, said it was too early to speculate about a motive. “We have the suspect in our department, but investigators have not had the…