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Marshall University students say the assault on a student close to campus has somewhat changed the way they go about their daily lives.

WOWK news gatherers stopped by the Marshall student center Wednesday night to talk with students about their reaction to the incident.@

Students and their friends sat closely together in the memorial student center Tuesday evening.

Outside on campus, others walked in groups and stayed close to each other making their way across the students plaza.

Some students say they have heard about the tragic incident and that it has changed how go about doing things at night.

"Its a little scary. I live right across the street from campus about a block and a half from campus and it makes you think when it hits that close to home." Campus Ministry staff member Nicky Scott said.

Students were out on campus in groups near the student center.