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Full Memorial Service for USC Graduate Students

USC held a memorial service for Ying Wu and Ming Qu, who were killed in an off-campus shooting last week.

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Someone should post a good translation to what the friend said. It was very moving and described the type of student life they had before the tragedies. Her eulogy was very good.

Rest in peace my dear friends, may you find what you seek in heaven.

I am so sad. Hope the two people rest in peace.

I am so sad. Hope the two people rest in peace.

RIP Ming Qu and Ying Wu!

RIP

someone should find a good translator for the friend's message. The administrators messages were appropriate, but this friend's message was very moving and really talked about the slain student's daily life at 'SC. She talked about what kind of person she was and how it felt to be an international student, and what she wanted to do after graduation. So sad.

R.I.P.

rest in peace!

rest in peace
feel so sad

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