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This photo captured Austin Cloyd's hokie stone.

Photo Courtesy of Garry Thompson

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The Hokie stones on the drillfield before the permanent memorial was built

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One of the 33 Hokie Stone memorials on VT's drill-field

Original source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/killfile/502619831/in/set-72157600298230023/

Photo Courtesy of Chris Thomas

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Cho Seung-Hui's Hokie Stone memorial on the drillfield. Photo taken Thursday, June 14.

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The area around Daniel's stone is filled with personal notes, photographs, and flowers.

Photo courtesy of Chad Newswander

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Vice President for Alumni Relations Tom Tillar (left) and an unidentified participant (holding a piece of one of the victim's Hokie Stones) at the dedication ceremony on August 19, 2007.

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33 Hokie Stones were laid out on the drill field in remembers of those that died.

Original source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/spector1/sets/72157600104116028/

Photo Courtesy of Roger Gupta

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This photo captured Erin Peterson's hokie stone.

Photo Courtesy of Garry Thompson

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After the shooting,people volunteered to come to campus and placed flowers and gifts around the Hokie stone memorial site to remember the victims.

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Image of hokie stone and memorial tribute for Virginia Tech ESM professor Kevin P. Granata. Photo taken February 14, 2008 at the memorial on the drillfield.

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This photo captured Henry Lee's hokie stone.

Photo Courtesy of Garry Thompson

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A simple stone with the VT logo lies on the drill field.

Original source: http://www.imagestation.com/album/pictures.html?id=2093007661

Photo courtesy of Frank Eak

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Hokie stone and flowers for April 16 victim Ross A. Alameddine at the memorial on the drillfield. Photo taken February 14, 2008.

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A piece of hokie stone, painted in NIU school colors, on display at the center of Virginia Tech's April 16th Memorial. Photo taken Monday, February 18, 2008.

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Daniel Perez's stone is marked by the flag from his home country.

Original source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/spector1/sets/72157600104116028/

Photo Courtesy of Roger Gupta

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German instructor Jamie Bishop's Hokie Stone is filled with objects from loved ones.

Original source: http://www.imagestation.com/album/pictures.html?id=2093007661

Photo courtesy of Frank Eak

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Jeremy's parents wrote a simple, but moving message on the left side of his rock. It says, "We love you Jeremy, Mom and Dad."

Photo courtesy of Chad Newswander

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This photo captured Liviu Librescu's hokie stone.

Photo Courtesy of Garry Thompson

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Several individuals left personal notes at Liviu Librescu's Hokie Stone.

Photo courtesy of Chad Newswander

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This photo captured Matt La Porte's hokie stone.

Photo Courtesy of Garry Thompson
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