Better than therapy
How sports can unite and heal in times of tragedy
Davin Wilson (Page 3)
I was 24 when Seung-Hui Cho opened fire on Virginia Tech’s campus, killing 32 people, plus himself. Having lived through the Columbine shootings, 9/11 and a host of other mass tragedies, I considered myself a veteran of such things and didn’t expect the tragedy to hit home.
Boy was I wrong.
Anybody who knows me knows I’m not much of a crier — with the exception of “Wonder” and “Antwone Fisher,” especially at the end — but as I read an article detailing some of the 32 lives lost, I broke down and started