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A Virginia Tech Shooting Survivor’s Story

Lisa Hamp · April 18, 2017
Although Lisa Hamp wasn't shot during the 2007 Virginia Tech active shooter attack, she was still traumatized. Recovery is both physical and mental.
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Robin Hattersley Gray · April 20, 2017
Keeping an open mind will improve campus security because we will be less inclinded to ignore or explain away critical threats and evidence.

Lisa Hamp · April 18, 2017
Although Lisa Hamp wasn't shot during the 2007 Virginia Tech active shooter attack, she was still traumatized. Recovery is both physical and mental.

Robby Ball · April 06, 2017
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Chief Daniel A. Dusseau and Lt. John Weinstein · March 27, 2017
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Robin Hattersley Gray · March 09, 2017
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Rick Amweg and Paul Denton · February 07, 2017
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Bob Stockwell · January 23, 2017
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Robin Hattersley Gray · January 19, 2017
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Scott Goldfine · January 16, 2017
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