LVIV, Ukraine — Ukrainian Catholic University, located in the far-western city of Lviv, is lamenting the death of one of its lecturers, who was killed Feb. 20 during anti-government protests in Kiev.
Bohdan Solchanyk, who was 29, lectured on modern history at the university and was killed at Independence Square in the Ukrainian capital during protests that have been ongoing since November.
“I really appreciated Bohdan as a creative young lecturer and researcher,” Olekander Zaitev, the former chair of Ukrainian Catholic University’s modern history department, told CNA Feb. 20.
“He was a true generator of ideas, had a creative attitude toward his work with students. He initiated a...READ MORE