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Posted: 4/26/07


In the wake of the tragedy at Virginia Tech, we have the opportunity to reach out and touch the lives of the students affected by this tragedy. Eve Carson made the suggestion to find someone at Virginia Tech to…

Members of the Vanderbilt community are encouraged to wear orange and maroon today to honor those killed in the tragic events on the Virginia Tech campus. Commemorative ribbons will be distributed on the Sarratt Promenade from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Cox Driving Range on Prices Fork expresses its support for Virginia Tech.

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Photo courtesy of Kelly Harris

The Old Navy in the Roanoke Mall expresses its support to the Virginia Tech community.

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Photo courtesy of Kelly Harris

Posted: 4/17/07

Horrified silence saturated campuses across the country yesterday, as the death toll at Virginia Tech climbed to at least 32 fellow students. The deadliest mass shooting in United States history can be described only as…

Display of support painted on front window of Imaginations Toy and Furniture Company, South Main Street, Blacksburg. The poem reads:

If we had hinges in our heads
There wouldn't be no sin.
'Cause we could take the bad stuff out,

A remembrance board has been set up inside the main entrance to Squires, with excerpts from e-mails across the world and space for people to scrawl their thoughts.

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Front and back of postcard distributed by Valiant for Truth ( Found on April 27, 2007 in Holden Hall bathroom.

Message of support on a wall at the Blacksburg Rescue Squad complex. Photo taken Friday, April 20.

Draft of resolution passed by the George Mason Student Senate to support the greater Virginia Tech Community.