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Issue date: 4/19/07 Section: News
By Alyssa S. Navares
Ka Leo Managing Editor

More than 1,000 Facebook groups and MySpace pages started in response to Monday's deadly shooting, some supporting victims and others blaming 23-year-old gunman…

Observer Viewpoint
Issue date: 4/19/07 Section: Viewpoint

Anyone old enough to speak coherently at the time still remembers the moment, over forty years ago, when they heard about JFK's assassination. Our grandparents can tell us how they…

ND students directly affected by shootings through ties to VT

Aaron Steiner

Issue date: 4/17/07 Section: News

Virginia Tech is more than 500 miles from Notre Dame, but the effects of what reports call the deadliest shooting rampage in U.S.…

By: Laura Fong | Freelance reporter |
Issue date: 4/25/07 Section: News

In honor of the 33 lives lost during the Virginia Tech shooting on April 16, University students and community members held a candlelight vigil in the Erb Memorial Union…


Online groups decrying anti-gay protestors grow rapidly

Max Hall, Cavalier Daily Associate Editor

Students across the nation are taking to Facebook in response to planned anti-gay protests at the funerals of Virginia Tech shooting…

Publicado por Alex
4/19/2007 10:13:00 AM

Veintitres años. Treinta y dos cadáveres. Una Universidad y un resentimiento compartido que vuelve a reabrir el debate sobre las armas de fuego en los Estados Unidos de América y su uso tan poco…

Forum | Tartan Board

Amid the chaos of what is already being called the Virginia Tech massacre, the Internet was a steady flow of fairly accurate information. Blogs — typically the anti-news source — were what helped piece together the…

Friday, April 27, 2007

Early Monday morning Toronto, April 16; very nice day, it's spring at last - you can feel it in the air - maybe the oxygen levels are up a little - there's a craziness in the air, a frenetic kind of feeling...

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This was a logo I created for Facebook and my Facebook profile the week of the tragedy.

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If you don't know what Facebook is, you've probably heard of it, especially if you have children in high school or college. It's one of those social networking sites that parents, lawmakers and educators discuss when they're concerned…