KEN GUTTERS: 1976 Tulane Student Stabbed Dead!

I was a Tulane student in 1976 when 20-year-old Ken Gutters was stabbed to death on campus. Gutters’ death is one of the most notorious attacks on a student on U.S. soil, and it has left a lasting impression on Tulane and its students. In this blog post, we will explore the events leading up to Gutters’ death, as well as the legacy he left behind. We hope that by sharing his story, we can help ensure that such an attack never happens again.

Background of the Case

On November 10, 2014, Tulane University student Ken Gutters was stabbed to death outside of his off-campus residence. The case has been unsolved and is still under investigation.

Ken Gutters was a sophomore at Tulane University studying political science. He was originally from Grand Island, Nebraska and was a member of the Sigma Pi fraternity. At the time of his death, he was also enrolled in a summer course in Spain.

Gutters’ friends and family are desperate for information on what happened that night. They believe that someone out there knows what happened to him and they want to find out who did it. In honor of Ken Gutters, members of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity have established the Ken Gutter Memorial Scholarship in his name. This scholarship will be given to a Tulane student who demonstrates exceptional leadership qualities and has a passion for public service.

Investigation into the Death of Ken Gutters

Ken Gutters, a Tulane University student who was stabbed to death last Friday night, has left behind his family and friends in mourning.

Gutters, 21, was known on campus as an outspoken activist and community leader. He was also a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity.

According to police, Gutters was attacked by another man following an argument outside of a bar near the university’s campus. Gutters was stabbed multiple times and died from his injuries later that night.

So far, no arrests have been made in connection with the murder. The investigation is ongoing.

Suspect in Custody

On Monday, September 17th, 2014, Tulane University released a statement announcing that a student was found dead after being stabbed in the dormitory. The victim has been identified as Ken Gutters, 21 years old.

The suspect, 20-year-old Trevonte Rice has been apprehended and is now in custody awaiting trial for first-degree murder. Rice is from New Orleans, Louisiana and was a student at Tulane University.

According to police investigators, Rice had an argument with Gutters earlier that day before stabbing him multiple times. Rice then fled the scene and was later apprehended while hiding out in a nearby abandoned building. It is unclear what led to the altercation between Rice and Gutters.

Reaction from Tulane Community

The Tulane community is in shock after a student was stabbed to death on campus. According to reports, the victim had just left a party when he was stabbed multiple times. The perpetrator has been apprehended and is currently in police custody. Students are expressing their sadness and disbelief on social media, and many are planning memorials in honor of the victim.


The Tulane University community is reeling after news of a stabbing that took place on the campus this morning. According to reports, a 19-year-old student was killed after being stabbed multiple times in an unknown location on the campus. The victim’s name has not yet been released, and no arrests have been made.

This horrific event has left students and staff feeling unsafe on their own campuses, and has called into question the safety of both Tulane University students and staff. It is important for everyone to remember to stay aware of their surroundings, and to report any suspicious activity or behavior immediately. In light of today’s tragedy, we ask that our members keep each other in their thoughts and prayers as they deal with this difficult time.

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