HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - It's been a year since a Harvard-educated professor opened fire during a faculty meeting at the University of Alabama in Huntsville and killed three of her colleagues.
No one goes in that conference room now. The survivors of Amy Bishop's Feb. 12 rampage are recovering, pulling each other through with the help of dozens of doctors, counselors, substitute teachers, relatives and friends.
Professor Debra Moriarity has awful memories of that day: She
narrowly escaped with her life when the gun Bishop pointed at her
She says the biological sciences department is beginning to recover with the help of professors from other universities and the university community.
She says: "We're at an OK place now, probably better than a lot of people expected us to be."
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