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VT flowers on the drillfield near the Burruss memorial. Photo taken Friday, April 20.

What started as a simple VT leaning by a tree became a major focal point of reflection. President Bush signed this VT and a shelter was placed around the VT and other memorabilia. Taken Saturday 21 April.

Sign in front of Burruss Hall reading 'VT Stay Strong Media Stay Away.' By around this time I was sensing that this sentiment was shared by growing numbers of this community. Photo taken April 19, 2007.

This is a banner from another university that was at the memorial.

I took a picture of these flowers on the drillfield near the memorial.

The memorial boards under the tent on the drillfield

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one of the many trees around the drillfield

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These are part of the 32 stones for the victims near Burruss Hall.

Panorama photo of the drillfield taken just prior to the start of the Hokies United memorial on Monday, April 23.

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Orange and maroon balloons released at a Hokies United drillfield memorial service on the morning of Monday, April 23, 2007.

Construction of an intermediate memorial in front of Burruss Hall is currently underway. The semicircle of Hokie Stone victim memorials have been moved forward to make room for the renovations. Photo taken Thursday, June 14.

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

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My wife (Nina), Katie (son's fiancee), her friend Rachel and I attended the Candlelight Vigil @ the drillfield after the events of 4/16. We happened to meet w/ some of the Jewish Community (Sue Kurtz, her husband, Alicia Cohen and others) @…

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One of the many trees on the drillfield wrapped in remembrance.

The week after the tragedy,people got together to mourn for the victims around the drillfield.

On April 19, people volunteered to set up a place of prayer in the corner of the drillfield.

On April 19, the Virginia Tech Association of Chinese Students and Scholars(VT-ACSS) organized a donation for the victims on the drillfield.

After April 16, a lot of people came drillfield to mourn for the victims every day.

People bring flowers and balloons to the drillfield, in order to mourning for the victims.
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