Saturday, May 12, 2007
Friday, April 27, 2007
And there's also the loyalty to the 'Hokie Nation.'
After a student organization placed the stone memorials in a semicircle last week on the main campus lawn, senior Katelynn L. Johnson added a 33rd stone for Cho. Johnson said she told almost no one about the stone because she feared a backlash.
She came forward after someone took it away, because she was outraged by the brief removal of the rock. She says she accepts all 'fellow students, faculty and alumni as Hokies' no matter what problems they have.
'I believe his life had value no matter what he did,' she said. 'We lost 33 people.'"
Thursday, April 26, 2007
That could change after last week’s shootings at Virginia Tech. The U.S. House is considering a bill that would encourage states to share mental-health records with the federal government by giving them more than $1 billion in grants to help cover the costs."
Wednesday, April 25, 2007
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Tuesday, April 24, 2007
'It's only been a week, but it seems so long ago,' said Marc Hamel, 43, a political science student. 'Getting back into class is really going to help.'
As the crowd broke up, people started to chant, 'Let's Go Hokies' several times.
A moment of silence was also observed at about 7:15 a.m., near the dormitory where Cho's first victims, Ryan Clark and Emily Hilscher, were killed."
Sunday, April 22, 2007
'Looking Back . . . We Should Have Done Something':
"'Question Mark' was getting to be an aggravation.
The whole thing with the imaginary girlfriend, Jelly, the supermodel he'd say he was making out with in his locked room. The weird faceless picture he posted on Facebook that was supposed to be him.
In a written statement released late Friday, Sun-Kyung Cho, the gunman's sister, says her family is heartbroken over the tragedy, and apologized to the families of her brother's victims. She says the family never knew he was capable of such actions, which she described as 'unspeakable.'"