'May we meet again': University of Idaho student pays heartbreaking musical tribute to slain batchmates
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MOSCOW, IDOHA: One University of Idaho student paid heartbreaking musical tribute to slain fellow batchmates and the victims of the Idaho massacre - Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin. Alivia, "honored" her fellow batchmates by writing a song ‘May We Meet Again’. The song starts with the lyrics, “May we meet again…A world much better than this one..” In the caption of the video, Alivia wrote, “Good evening, friends. I recently wrote this song in honor and remembrance of my fellow students who were killed two weeks ago. @kayleegoncalves @maddiemogen @xanakernodle @ethanchapin4.”
“I did not know all of you personally, but I mourn for you and the loss that our community is feeling. I pray for justice for you all and comfort for your families and friends. This song is called May We Meet Again,” she further wrote. Several people came out and reacted to the song as one person wrote in the comment section of the post said, “Wow what a pretty and beautiful song. The world needs to see this, the families and community of Moscow needs to see this. Wonderful job Alivia ❤️”
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“Wow I just randomly found this by looking at her tagged photos. This is something alot of people could play when going through this pain. Have u thought about recording it?” another user added. “This was so beautiful! God bless,” commented another user.
The bodies of Ethan Chapin, 20, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Madison Mogen, 21, were discovered by authorities on November 13 at their off-campus home in Moscow, Idaho. Police initially said that the murders were targeted and that the community was not in danger. However, they subsequently acknowledged during a briefing that they could not rule out a continued threat and advised locals to exercise caution.
The Moscow Police Department stated during a press conference, “Anyone who has observed any notable behavior or has any video surveillance or can provide relevant information about these murders please call our tip line,” according to NBC News. Anyone with information about the crime or a tip about the victim's whereabouts, or a suspicious person in the area is asked to call 208-883-7180 or email [email protected]