V-Tech tragedy raises awareness


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Posted May 4, 2007

Madison Steff
Staff Writer

Since the massacre that took 33 lives at Virginia Tech almost three weeks ago, schools across the country are wondering what could have been done to prevent this horrific event.

It has raised concern for campus security agencies and communication between students and staff during emergency situations.

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