Seung-Hui Cho, the student at Virginia Tech University who killed 32 people Monday, mailed a package to NBC News between his two shootings. The NewsHour reports on these developments, including earlier stalking accusations against the gunman.
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TOM BEARDEN, NewsHour Correspondent:
Two days after the killings, Virginia Tech students continued to gather today on the campus drill field for impromptu prayer vigils.
ASHLEY RENFROW, Virginia Tech Student:
I think I'm still in shock. It hasn't sunk in yet. Each morning, you wake up, and you see another face or hear another name that hits close to home, and we knew one of the last people that was identified. And I found out at 5:30 last night.
So it's still incomprehensible. I don't think you can grasp something of this magnitude and everything that's going on here. It's great to have such a large support system. That's why I chose to stay.
I don't feel that my safety is in question at all. This could happen anywhere, but we're Hokies, and we're resilient, and we're going to pull through.