May 2007
Editor & Publisher;May2007, Vol. 140 Issue 5, p9
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A photograph of a student sitting on the drillfield next to the War Memorial Chapel just hours after more than two dozen classmates and teachers were shot by a senior student at Virginia Tech campus in Blacksburg is presented.


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