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updated: 6/10/2013 9:33 AM

College reopens after Calif. rampage

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  • Nate Edelson, 39, a former student of Santa Monica College, dressed as a Fairly Angel, pets his dog Bull after putting heart-covered messages at a makeshift memorial at Santa Monica College Sunday in Santa Monica, Calif. A shooting rampage that resulted in six deaths ended at the campus on Friday.

      Nate Edelson, 39, a former student of Santa Monica College, dressed as a Fairly Angel, pets his dog Bull after putting heart-covered messages at a makeshift memorial at Santa Monica College Sunday in Santa Monica, Calif. A shooting rampage that resulted in six deaths ended at the campus on Friday.
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SANTA MONICA, Calif. -- Santa Monica College has reopened under extra security in the wake of a gunman's deadly rampage.

Students returning Monday to the Southern California campus will be able to retrieve backpacks, cars and other property they left behind when they fled on Friday.

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The college also will have grief counselors available.

All buildings are reopening except for the campus library. That's where police shot and killed John Zawahri after he killed his father, older brother and three other people in a rampage that began in the neighborhood and moved onto the campus.

A vigil is planned in front of the library Monday evening.

Investigators are still trying to determine the gunman's motive.

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