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On Wednesday, a small group of students gathered at the square with cardboard panels, inviting people to write public messages of hope, and advocating peace and prayer. By Friday, people began gathering at the square for impromptu memorial services, and messages were being written in chalk on the square itself. After this was announced on the news, the crowd swelled from several hundred to several thousand.


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