A Binghamton University graduate student was charged with the murder of a professor. According to the Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin, Abdulsalam Al-Zahrani, 46, allegedly stabbed "BU anthropology professor emeritus Richard T. Antoun... Antoun knew Al-Zahrani, a Saudi national, through his work in BU's anthropology graduate program, according to a statement released Saturday by Broome County District Attorney Gerald Mollen," who added, "There is no indication of religious or ethnic motivation." However, Al-Zahrani's apartment mates tell the paper that he "was confrontational, argumentative and 'acted like a terrorist.'" One said Al-Zahrani "came at me with a knife" while the other said, "He would be sitting here on the sofa and just blurt out, 'I just feel like destroying the world.'"