The Virginia Tech community faces a difficult decision on what it will do with the scene of a tragedy. The classrooms and hallways of the school's Norris Hall were littered with the bodies of 25 students and five professors on April 16, plus the body of gunman Seung-hui Cho. The university has made no plans beyond cleaning and repairing the flat-roofed, oblong stone structure, but some students say they can't imagine ever going into the building again.

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