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Several individuals were willing to express their love and hope for healing.

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Photo Courtesy of Roger Gupta

President Steger lays a flower at the main memorial site on the drill field.

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Photo Courtesy of Roger Gupta

Message boards filled with comments are stationed on the drill field.

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Photo Courtesy of Roger Gupta

A student writes a message of support and love at message board near the main memorial site on the drill field.

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Photo Courtesy of Daniel Lin

18 April, 2007

I was doing a bit of wandering in Second Life today, and came across a rather well-done memorial to the Virginia Tech tragedy in an area that's academically focused (it's staffed 50+ hours per week by volunteer reference…

Jeremy's parents wrote a simple, but moving message on the left side of his rock. It says, "We love you Jeremy, Mom and Dad."

Photo courtesy of Chad Newswander

Several individuals left personal notes at Liviu Librescu's Hokie Stone.

Photo courtesy of Chad Newswander

The area around Daniel's stone is filled with personal notes, photographs, and flowers.

Photo courtesy of Chad Newswander

Items like signed helmets are placed at the main memorial site on the drill field.

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Photo courtesy of Frank Eak

Friends and loved ones have placed several items by Ryan Clark's Hokie Stone.

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Photo courtesy of Frank Eak