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In this April 3, 2014 photo, Northern Illinois University police officer Maria Christiansen checks on NIU senior Juan Martinez during a floor hockey game on campus before calling paramedics to assist in DeKalb, Ill. Christiansen, a survivor of the Feb. 14, 2008 NIU school shooting that injured 21 and killed five students, works the night shift on campus patrol. (AP Photo/Daily Chronicle, Danielle Guerra) MANDATORY CREDIT

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In this April 3, 2014 photo, Northern Illinois University police officer Maria Christiansen explains where she was hit with shotgun pellets during the Feb. 14, 2008 NIU school shooting in which the shooter killed 5 students and injured 21 before turning the gun on himself in DeKalb, Ill. Christiansen has worked as a NIU police officer for 5 years. (AP Photo/Daily Chronicle, Danielle Guerra) MANDATORY CREDIT

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This April 22, 2014 photo shows the leaf from a 13th century Paris Bible, one of a collection of medieval texts in a special collection at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Ill. (AP Photo/Daily Chronicle, Monica Maschak) MANDATORY CREDIT

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In this April 22, 2014 photo, Jennifer Wegmann-Gabb, a post-baccalaureate student at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Ill., talks about the 13th century Paris Bible leaf she spent weeks researching. Wegmann-Gabb presented her research during Undergraduate Research and Artistry Day at the university. (AP Photo/Daily Chronicle, Monica Maschak)

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In this March 6, 2014 photo, disabled Navy veteran Kevin Finizio, left, talks with Northern Illinois University student Jennifer Lotus about Zander, a retired Massachusetts State Police K-9, after a presentation given by the students on the Save-A-Vet program in DeKalb, Ill. NIU chose to help Save-A-Vet, a Lindenhurst-based nonprofit organization that pairs disabled veterans with decommissioned service dogs. in January because the organization is the only one in the nation that saves decommissioned service dogs. (AP Photo/Daily Chronicle, Monica Maschak) MANDATORY CREDIT

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In this March 6, 2014 photo, Laky, a retired Baltimore County Sheriff K-9, tries to roam the room with handler Dave Crawford, a disabled Navy veteran, after a presentation given by Northern Illinois University students on the Save-a-Vet program in DeKalb, Ill. NIU chose to help Save-A-Vet in January because the organization is the only one in the nation that saves decommissioned service dogs. (AP Photo/Daily Chronicle, Monica Maschak) MANDATORY CREDIT

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In this March 6, 2014 photo, Laky, left, a retired Baltimore County Sheriff K-9, and Zander, a retired Massachusetts State Police K-9, relax with their respective handlers Dave Crawford and Kevin Finizio, both disabled Navy veterans, after a presentation given by Northern Illinois University students on the Save-A-Vet program in Dekalb, Ill. NIU chose to help Save-A-Vet in January because the organization is the only one in the nation that saves decommissioned service dogs. (AP Photo/Daily Chronicle, Monica Maschak) MANDATORY CREDIT