In the cold, pre-dawn hours of December 15, , police deputy Matthew Lynch looked down at the snow in a lonely soccer field in Wichita, Kansas. The snow was pink, and spotted with red. It was stained with blood: the blood of the White victims of one of the most vicious racial attacks in American history — the attack that has become known as the Wichita Massacre. She ran naked for a mile in degree weather before she found help, and she refused medical attention even though she was suffering from a gunshot wound until she was sure that her helpers had heard and understood her story. I want you to hear this story in case I die. That year-old woman wanted us to know what happened.
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Andrew Linnabary , Reporter April 25, The anchor at the Delta Gamma house sits off of 21st street and is the site of a hazing ritual called "The Anchor Run. Kylie Cameron. Anchor run: An anchor run is when a Greek member runs in just their underwear from their fraternity or sorority house to Delta Gamma sorority on Omega Court, across 21st street from Wichita State. Then they run back nude to their fraternity or sorority. The email, sent January 30, , was leaked to The Sunflower by a member of the Greek community. An anchor run is when a Greek member runs in just their underwear from their fraternity or sorority house to Delta Gamma sorority on Omega Court, across 21st street from Wichita State.
The Wichita Massacre — A Shameless Media Coverup
The Wichita Massacre , also known as the Wichita Horror ,  was a spree of random robberies, assaults, rapes, and murders perpetrated from December 7 to 14, by brothers Reginald and Jonathan Carr against several people in the city of Wichita, Kansas. In this period, the Carrs killed five people and a dog in the course of robberies and assaults, robbed another man, and severely wounded a woman. The crimes shocked Wichitans, and incited a boom in sales of guns, locks, and home security systems. They were both sentenced to death in October
No one — not organizers, nor sponsors or participants — was surprised by the cold weather during Homecoming So how cold was it? Cold enough to have organizers make the decision to postpone the event until April 23, when WSU students shed most of their clothes — as contributions to the Salvation Army's efforts to help the homeless — and took off nearly naked on a campus run.