Audio clip of interview with Katie Frazier

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Audio clip of interview with Katie Frazier


Audio clip of interview with Katie Frazier speaking about the events of April 16, 2007, when 32 Hokies were tragically killed on Virginia Tech's Blacksburg campus.




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I was so I was in school on September 11th here, and so I just remember feeling so proud of how Virginia Tech kind of rallied as a community and then saw it again as an alum after April 16th, where it really reiterated to me that we're not going to suffer in a part that the University is something bigger than that. I remember going to a picnic on September 12th because it was already scheduled and we prayed most of the time, you know. I don't ever remember feeling some of the prejudice that other schools I think were experiencing during that time period about Muslims. I remember reading articles about people targeting certain people, and I don't remember that here. So I remember feeling really really proud about how Virginia Tech as a community was kind of responding to these huge world issues that were impacting us.