Wednesday, April 18, 2007
# Posted 11:53 PM by Ariel David Adesnik
Liviu Librescu, a professor of engineering and a Holocaust survivor, is being called a hero after students reported that the 76-year-old man barricaded the door to his classroom long enough for them to jump to safety from the upper-story windows of Norris Hall.
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You know, it is really a truly hard thing to consider, the Virginia Tech tragedy. It is even more difficult to understand a holocaust survivor dying in such an event. I feel that this grieving that the school is feeling, is also feeling the lost of a hero, not one of the United States, in particular, but the world at large.
Anon 12:59, if you are committed to launching ad hominem attacks (while demeaning a tragedy in the process), then it is time for you to establish a fixed login name.
Take responsibility for your words.
It's not an attack, and there isn't anything ad hominem about it.
I just knew you'd post that story.
It's cool, yo.
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