^/OLUME 79 ISSUE 3 OUR NEWS, OUR PRIDE, SINCE 1948 ( \ / MAY 10, 2007 MBLER ^ No QUESTIONS LEFT UNANSWERED
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COLLEGE OF T OT EARMtNGDALt,^W.
By Falon Taddeo
On Tuesday, April 24th, at 7:30 pm,
150 people gathered out^iA^Orchard
Hall at Farmingdale State CoH&ge to
remember the fallen Hockies of Virginia
Tech. Tears fell for those whose lives
were brutally ended. A candle and a
white rose were dedicated to each of the
Flames flickered in the night and 150
hearts began to beat as one for each
victim that was remembered. Students
ofYered prayers and thouglitful words of
faith and optimism, and they sang songs
in remembrance as they wept, kneeling
down holding one ancJther. Students sang
Sarah McLaughlin's song "I Will
Amanda Greene of East Islip, with tears
in her eyes, whispered and said, "I just
saw some kid make the sign of the cross,
kiss his hand, and reach for the sky.
Seeing things like that reassures faith."
A brief moment of silence was
observed before special guest Dana
DiDonato, host of....
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