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    In Memoriam

    by Kevin Matthews

    On behalf of everyone at ArchitectureWeek, and the entire extended design and building community, I want to express our deepest sympathies to all the victims of Monday's tragedy in the Blue Ridge Mountains, at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, shattered by the twisted violence of a broken soul: stricken survivors, families, friends, witnesses, associates.

    Saturated, overflowing, or washed distantly with grief, all who know of this tragedy are touched through with its sadness.

    As part of the community of architecture, engineering, and construction, we want to give some special attention to these past and future colleagues lost:

    Liviu Librescu
    Professor, Engineering Science & Mechanics

    G.V. Loganathan
    Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

    Kevin Granata
    Professor, Engineering Science & Mechanics

    Minal Hiralal Panchal
    Mumbai, India
    Graduate Student, Architecture

    Waleed Mohamed Shaalan
    Egypt; Blacksburg, Virginia
    Graduate Student, Civil Engineering

    Matthew Gwaltney
    Chester, Virginia
    Environmental Engineering

    Jeremy Herbstritt
    Bellefonte, Pennsylvania
    Graduate Student, Civil Engineering

    Brian Bluhm
    Cedar Rapids, Iowa
    Graduate Student, Civil Engineering

    Dan O'Neil
    Lafeyette, Rhode Island
    Graduate Student, Civil Engineering

    Juan Ortiz
    Graduate Student, Civil Engineering

    Jarrett Lane
    Narrows, Virginia
    Senior, Civil Engineering

    In time, memorials to these and all the victims will rise in Hokie stone, and they will be remembered as long as the stone endures.


    Kevin Matthews
    Editor in Chief
    ArchitectureWeek

    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

    News Summary of the Tragedy - New York Times

    Wikipedia Coverage

    Hokie Stone

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    Flag at half mast at Burruss Hall, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
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    Norris Hall at Virginia Tech, site of shootings on April 16.
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    Cowgill Hall, School of Architecture + Design.
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    Burchard Hall.
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    Candlelight vigil on the University Drillfield at Virgina Tech, Tuesday, April 17.
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