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The Battalion

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The referees and starting lineups of the Brazilian and Mexican national teams walk onto Kyle Field before the MexTour match on Saturday, June 8, 2024. (Kyle Heise/The Battalion)
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Texas A&M vigil for Paris

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Photo by Valerie Gunchick

Many students amassed at the candlelit vigil on Monday, November 16th in support of Paris. 

Three days after Paris underwent a series of terrorist attacks that killed 129 people, Academic Plaza was filled with A&M students holding a silent vigil honoring the victims.
Photos by: Valerie Gunchick

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  • Ross volunteers lined up before the vigil began. 

    Photo by Valerie Gunchick
  • French international students laid roses, candles, flags, and other memorializing items at the candlelit vigil Monday.  

    Photo by Valerie Gunchick
  • French international students laid down roses and candles at the vigil on Monday, November 16th. 

    Photo by Valerie Gunchick
  • Many students stayed after the vigil ended, gazing at the candles and roses that had ceremonially been laid down by French international students. 

    Photo by Valerie Gunchick
  • Students looked on as the Ross Volunteers formed a path for French international students to be escorted down. 

    Photo by Valerie Gunchick
  • Vigil attendees listened as Amazing Grace was sung. 

    Photo by Valerie Gunchick
  • Vigil attendees held their candles and listened to Amazing Grace being sung. 

    Photo by Valerie Gunchick
  • At the candlit vigil on Monday, students lined up in solidarity with Paris. 

    Photo by Valerie Gunchick
  • Before the vigil began, students formed a circle in silence. 

    Photo by Valerie Gunchick
  • A cadet helps another light his candle. 

    Photo by Valerie Gunchick
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