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Memorial ribbons hang outside the tent that holds the signed message boards.

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Photo courtesy of Mollie Adams

I'm not sure the memorials will still be on the drill field when we get back from Missouri, so Mara and I went over to see them one last time afternoon in case the aren't there when we get back.

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The messages boards were moved indoors after the semester ended in May.

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Photo courtesy of Kelly Harris

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

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Photo Courtesy of Kristina Cummins

Students from the law school at Texas Tech University sent a signed message board to Virginia Tech to express their support and condolences.

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One of eight large placards sent by UVA Students in support of Virginia Tech.

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Photo Courtesy of Chris Thomas

All eight placards sent by UVA Students in support of Virginia Tech now displayed in Squires Student Center

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Photo Courtesy of Chris Thomas

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

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

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Photo courtesy of Frank Eak