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Campus comes together to mourn victims of shooting

By Cornelia Hall
Princetonian Staff Writer

Photo by Gabriela Aoun

Students gathered in Richardson Auditorium last night for a service in memory of the victims of Monday's shootings…

By Sam Fox Krauss
Princetonian Staff Writer

Students who kill their classmates are motivated by a desire to change their reputation, Wilson School professor Katherine Newman and politics professor Keith Whittington told about 50 students and…

By Anonymous

The shooting at Virginia Tech serves as a tragic reminder of the importance of a strong campus community, one in which people know and look out for each other. In the wake of this event, it is important that we make sure that all…

By Uwe E. Reinhardt
Princetonian Columnist

Students gathered in Richardson Auditorium last night for a service in memory of the victims of Monday's shooting at Virginia Tech," reported The Daily Princetonian on April 18. A day earlier,…

By Owen Fletcher
Princetonian Staff Writer

About a week before last week's shootings at Virginia Tech, the University made the prescient purchase of a mass alert system to notify students of campus security crises.

The…

Comments to Manna adviser offer first glimpse of Cho family reaction

By Doug Eshleman
Princetonian Staff Writer

While family members of the Virginia Tech gunman have secluded themselves during the last three days to avoid media attention,…

By Brandon McGinley
Princetonian Columnist

As the epigraph for "The Brothers Karamazov," Fyodor Dostoevsky presented John 12:24:

"Verily, verily, I say unto you, except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it abideth alone:…

By Michael Juel-Larsen
Princetonian Senior Writer

Though Monday's shootings at Virginia Tech had already cast a shadow over campus, the news yesterday morning that the gunman's older sister is a recent Princeton alumna brought the…

By Ilya Blanter
Princetonian Senior Writer

After the gunman in Monday's Virginia Tech massacre was identified as being of Korean origin by several news networks, members of Princeton's Korean community voiced apprehension over…

Alumnus defends administrators' actions but says he understands complaints

By Cornelia Hall
Princetonian Staff Writer



Richard Benson '73, dean of the Virginia Tech College of Engineering, has spent the last three days…