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Addison Corell, Location: Case Hall

I was with many friends during the lockdown and we had the blinds closed, lights off, and door barricaded. While it was later found out that the shooter wasn’t near me I think it’s important that no matter where we’re we’re on campus or even off campus if you are a Spartan you are allowed to not be okay and grieve. Part of me feels like I can’t be feeling how I do because I wasn’t super close to any of the immediate danger but that’s not true. No matter where you were on remember that your feelings are valid and this brought a lot of stuff into perspective for those of us who thought “It’ll never happen to me.”

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