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Wednesday, April 18, 2007


To the Virginia Technical University members

We deeply regret the loss and pain that all of you have experienced.

We graduated from a university not so long ago. And as recent grads, we always look back on our campus lives and think of many significant moments that made us appreciate our college life.

Events such as getting to our dorm room for the first time, making friends, listening to our professors scare us about how we are now in the real world, graduations and so forth have shaped our lives. College was a place where time, thought, opportunity, freedom were limitless. Universities are temples where we are actually truly allowed to and given an opportunity to seize the day.

There are a lot of things to be learnt from this recent experience. Inspite of the huge loss, we still hope that students from V.Tech and other college goers around the world can make the most of their years in their respective universities. We wish you all the best in these difficult times.



NiSh said...

it's a complete shock for it to happen- i hope all the families are doing ok and it doesnt lead to further complications with racial issues there

I am the Walrus said...

Racial issues are a huge concern. I heard on the radio the other day on how college campuses should increase security and so forth.

But should security be the prime focus here? This killer was able to get handguns and sufficient ammo from a store. Isn't that a bigger issue than lack of security..?