BOSTON (CBS) – A Harvard Business School student is offering Bostonians a unique way to vent and express their feelings, and to help Boston heal in the wake of the marathon bombings.

Elsa Sze walked around the city this past weekend with a small dry erase board and a black marker.

She invited people on the street to write messages of love and support for Boston. Sze took more than 100 photos of messages that ranged from sadness to love and hope.

More Photos: Messages of Hope

She has since posted them on a blog and on a Facebook page.

“Believe in Boston,” one message said. “We will come back. Boston Strong,” another read

Sze is collecting photos on her blog from anyone who wants to send their own. She plans to head out again on Saturday and take more photos around the MIT campus among other areas.


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