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Vigil For 2,000 Dead in Iraq Held on Campus


By Maury Hirschkorn
The Stony Brook Independent

Holding candles and singing softly, approximately 30 people held a vigil outside the SAC on the evening of Oct. 27th. They were marking the 2,000 U.S. military deaths in Iraq since the invasion of that country began in 2003.

“The purpose [of the vigil] was to make people aware that the war is still going on and that people are continuously dying,

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