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Vice President for Alumni Relations Tom Tillar (left) and an unidentified participant (holding a piece of one of the victim's Hokie Stones) at the dedication ceremony on August 19, 2007.

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Numerous people visited the Hokie stone memorial site on the drillfield. They placed flowers and gifts around this memorial site. We will always remember the victims.

A student mourned for the victims in front of the Hokie stone memorial site of the drillfield one week after the shooting.

A memorial site for one of the victims whose name is Daniel Perez Cueva,around the Hokie stone on the drillfield.

After the shooting,people volunteered to come to campus and placed flowers and gifts around the Hokie stone memorial site to remember the victims.

The Hokie Stone memorial site is filled with gifts and flowers to remember the victims.

Photo Courtesy of Patrick Donohoe

Individuals mourn as they visit the main memorial site on the drill field.

Photo Courtesy of Patrick Donohoe

Thirty-three Hokie Stones lie on the drill field.

Photo Courtesy of Patrick Donohoe

The area around Jocelyne's stone is filled with flowers, notes, and other items.

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Photo courtesy of Carol Brandt

The area around Liviu's stone is filled with flowers, notes, and other items.

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Photo courtesy of Carol Brandt