UNH vigil for marathon draws more than 1,000
DURHAM, N.H. (AP) -- More than 1,000 University of New Hampshire students held a candlelight vigil for those killed and injured at the Boston Marathon bombings.
A university vocal group sang the national anthem Tuesday night and several students spoke. Students bowed their heads for two minutes of silence.
Foster's Daily Democrat reports students later chanted "USA! USA! USA!" in unison and clapped their hands. Others waved American flags and Boston Red Sox flags.
Students said it was important to come together and show their respect.