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Tech students are happy with proposed design

By: Bryan Schamus

(June 7) Virginia Tech released its plans today for an intermediate memorial for the victims of the April 16 shootings, one day after announcing that Norris Hall, the site of 31 of…

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(April 18, 2007) Two men kneel in silence in front of the largest memorial site on campus,
located on the drillfield directly in front of Burruss Hall and not far from Norris Hall.


Photo courtesy of Brent Jesiek.

Licensed under Creative…

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Flowers, pictures, letters remembering each of the 32 victims of the Virginia Tech Massacre.

Original source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cameraslayer/470549711/

Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical-NoDerivs 2.0

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Memorial stone for Ross A. Alameddine on 4/16/08.

Photo by Brian Sewell.

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When I came around the corner, I was moved by the care given in this simple, but strong message.

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This photo captured Austin Cloyd's hokie stone.

Photo Courtesy of Garry Thompson

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Items left at the memorial plaque of Austin Cloyd on the drillfield. Photo taken on 5-1-07.

Photo by Teri H. Hoover.

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Messages that show the solidarity and the university community culture that exist at Virginia Tech.

Original source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/maxpower/468731200/

Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0

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A ceremony held on the first day of class after the tragedy in which one balloon is released for each victim.

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

Photo Courtesy of Roger Gupta

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A ceremony held on the first day of class after the tragedy in which balloons were released in remembrance of the victims.

Original source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kevincupp/470143790/

Photo Courtesy of Kevin Cupp

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A ceremony held on the first day of class after the tragedy in which balloons were released in remembrance of the victims.

Original source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kevincupp/470145794/in/photostream/

Photo Courtesy of Kevin Cupp

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Squires Student Center is filled with posters and banners that universities, colleges, and businesses have sent to Virginia Tech.

Photo Courtesy of Patrick Donohoe

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

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Memorial stone of Christopher James Bishop on 4/16/08.

Photo by Brian Sewell.

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The Blacksburg Baptist Church posted 32 flags on South Main in remembrance of the 32 victims.

Photo Courtesy of Chad Newswander

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The Blacksburg Baptist Church posted 32 flags on South Main in remembrance of the 32 victims. In addition, the Church did not want to neglect Cho and his family.

Photo Courtesy of Chad Newswander

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The Blacksburg Baptist Church posted 32 flags on South Main in remembrance of the 32 victims.

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Memorial stone of Brian Roy Bluhm on 4/16/08.

Photo by Brian Sewell.

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Original Source:
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Remembering one of the victims, Brian Bluhm.

Original source: http://share.shutterfly.com/action/slideshow?a=67b0de21b3292af30542&auto=0&idx=15&m=1&d=1180361223104

Photo courtesy of Krissy Watson

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Items left at the memorial plaque of Brian Bluhm on the drillfield. Photo taken on 5-1-07.

Photo by Teri H. Hoover.
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