Saturday evening, Brazos Valley residents gathered to remember the millions of people affected by the earthquake in China.
"Please be assured that Texas A&M and the International Programs Office are behind you," said a speaker.
Several hundred people met near Rudder Tower on the campus of Texas A&M University.
They lit candles in honor of those lost, injured and still missing from the quake.
Groups from campus also raised donations to send to survivors.
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