The service, which will now take place every year, commemorated the students, faculty and staff who have died through music, uplifting messages and prayers.
Students described the three-hour demonstration as "free entertainment".
A study found that 62 percent of college students felt the campus climate inhibited them from expressing their beliefs.
It’s complete with religious fanatics and Tom Holland taking on another vigilante role.
"Any opportunity that we have to show that we’re here and to show that we are a community together — even if we’re a community apart — is valuable.”
More than 15 people attended the emotionally charged meeting.
The event followed an eight-hour-and-46-minute prayer chain.
150 community members attended the event.
Nineteen religious bodies in the county held a 12-hour prayer session Tuesday.
The holiday began April 23.