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Elilta 'Lily' Habtu

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Graduate of Virginia Tech in May with a degree in psychology, she was a victim in the shooting that took place there in 2007

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It's been one year since the  massacre at Virginia Tech , where surviving students -- including some of the wounded -- are pushing for gun control.

A Year After the Virginia Tech Massacre, Debate Continues over Gun Control

It's been one year since the massacre at Virginia Tech , where surviving students -- including some of the wounded -- are pushing for gun control.

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