Virginia Tech Marks Anniversary, Maintains It Did Nothing Wrong
April 16, 2011
Virginia Tech remembered the 32 students and faculty members killed in the mass shooting four years ago on the anniversary today, as school administrators continued to maintain they did nothing wrong in delaying school-wide notification.
The federal Department of Education levied a $55,000 fine against the school in late March, and administrators have until April 29 to decide whether to appeal. The school was fined for waiting two hours to inform students and faculty, after discovering two students dead in a residence hall.
On April 16, 2007, senior Seung-Hui Cho killed 32 students and professors before taking his own life.
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Feds Fine Virginia Tech for Notification Failures During Massacre
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