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No right to remain silent : the tragedy at Virginia Tech

Author: Lucinda Roy
Publisher: New York : Harmony Books, ©2009.
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Chronicles one teacher's efforts to reach out and help the extremely troubled Seung-Hui Cho, which were hampered by the school's rules regarding student confidentiality, leading to the April 2007 massacre of 32 students at Virginia Tech.
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Named Person: Seung-Hui Cho; Seung-Hui Cho
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lucinda Roy
ISBN: 9780307409638 0307409635
OCLC Number: 233939406
Description: ix, 325 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Horror story. April ; A boy named Loser ; Connecting the dots ; Prey ; The panel review --
Backstory. The setting ; The First Amendment ; Teachers and students ; Writers and writing ; Armed and dangerous --
Dialogue. Testimony ; Translating race ; Parents and children ; The anniversary.
Responsibility: Lucinda Roy.
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Chronicles one teacher's efforts to reach out and help the extremely troubled Seung-Hui Cho, which were hampered by the school's rules regarding student confidentiality, leading to the April 2007 massacre of 32 students at Virginia Tech.

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Compelling Reflections About Virginia Tech Tragedy

by whisner (WorldCat user published 2012-12-10) Excellent Permalink

When Nikki Giovanni went to her department chair to discuss a creative writing student whose poetry was so filled with rage that it frightened her and his classmates, that chair was Lucinda Roy. Removing Seung-Hui Cho from the class, Roy tutored him herself for the rest of the semester. As well as...
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