About 100 people gathered to mourn the loss of the seven students murdered in last week's shooting rampage at a Christian college in Oakland, Calif.
Several local leaders attended the ceremony Tuesday and offered their condolences to the family and friends of those who died during the Oikos University shooting April 2.
"The people of Oakland have really expressed a lot of love and support for you," Oakland Mayor Jean Quan said. "This is a city that prays in 130 languages. That's as diverse as your school."
"It is one where people ask me all the time, 'Is there something we can do?'" the mayor added.
Police have said the suspect, One Goh, was targeting an administrator who had been involved in his financial dispute with the school. He began shooting in classrooms when he discovered that person wasn't there.
Oikos University has been holding daily concerts to remember the victims, which officials say will continue.
The school focuses on serving Korean immigrants but the student body is made up of Christians from around the world.
School officials have also said a fund has been set up to support the families of the victims.