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Issue Date:Friday September 7, 2007
Section: HeadLine News Section
By Kellen Henry, Staff Writer

Many students gathered for candlelight vigils and wore ribbons in support of Virginia Tech after the April 16 shooting. While most students did…

Orange and maroon ribbons on the antenna of a state police motorcycle. Photo taken April 21.

Photo Courtesy of Ivan V. Morozov

Over Memorial Day weekend flowers, ribbons and condolences continued to occupy the drillfield in front of Burruss Hall

People tied maroon and orange ribbons on trees to express grief and remembrance a week after April 16.

When the events of April 16 happened, I was sitting in school, not aware of what was going on. As soon as I got to my eighth period class, which was English 4 with Mr. Lloyd, I sat down and was looking for my pen. A friend of mine walked into class…

Flowers planted around and ribbons placed on 33 trees at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, in honor of the victims of the Virginia Tech tragedy. Each ribbon bears the name of a victim.

Flowers planted around and ribbons placed on 33 trees at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, in honor of the victims of the Virginia Tech tragedy. Each ribbon bears the name of a victim.

Sign and ribbons of support on building in Blacksburg, at the intersection of N. Main Street and Prices Fork Road. Photo taken Monday, April 30.

George Mason University students tied maroon and orange ribbons around trees near the student center in support of Virginia Tech.

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