Daily Collegian article, March 30, 2016

Candles lit the steps of Old Main as a small crowd stood mourning the recent terror attacks around the world and standing in solidarity with those affected by such attacks.

Belgium, Turkey, Pakistan, Iraq and the Ivory Coast were just a few of the countries students spoke about at the candlelight vigil.

Brandon Sullivan, the student who organized the vigil for students to grieve after the terror attacks across Paris, worked with Hope Schmid to organize what they wanted to be a smaller event.

Schmid (senior-French, linguistics and communications sciences and disorders) said the idea for a second vigil came after news of the attacks in Brussels, Belgium.

She was an exchange student there for a year.


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