Courtney Thomas

Senior at Virginia Tech

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Senior studying business management and communications at Virginia Tech and News Editor of PlanetBlacksburg.com, a student-run journalism website

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The gunman who killed 32 students yesterday at  Virginia Tech  has been identified as Cho Seung-Hui, a resident-alien student originally from South Korea.

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The gunman who killed 32 students yesterday at Virginia Tech has been identified as Cho Seung-Hui, a resident-alien student originally from South Korea.

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