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Edelen paints Victor Rices hand, a student at NKU.

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Hannah Edelen, PR Chair for SGA, said that this wasnt about us, but rather about UVA and what they went through--hence the colors.

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Mariah Jones, who spoke later in evening, placed her hands on the banner. She shared a story of praying with her grandmother in the wake of the violence in Virginia the previous weekend.

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Community members, faculty, administration and  students turned out for the Vigil. Here, Edelen helps paint a childs hand.

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April 9, 2018
The vigil was put together in 24 hours. Before the event, students painted their hands and placed them on a banner that read NKU4UVA.

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Many attendees hugged one another, speaking words of support. The sign that student Nova Grace holds reads #NKU4UVA.

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August 15, 2017
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As the vigil ended, several attendees stayed after to paint their hands.

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August 15, 2017
As the vigil ended, more attendees filled the white space of the banner with their hand prints, meant to be a symbol of support.

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Dada said that he hopes this vigil shows that SGA cares about all of its students.

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August 15, 2017
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