Students at a memorial for a slain New York college business major say he was a happy and driven would-be entrepreneur. Police say 19-year-old Ithaca College sophomore Anthony Nazaire was stabbed during a series of fights that broke out early Sunday as hundreds of people left a party at Cornell University's student union. No suspects have been named.

Students at a memorial for a slain New York college business major say he was a happy and driven would-be entrepreneur.

Police say 19-year-old Ithaca College sophomore Anthony Nazaire was stabbed during a series of fights that broke out early Sunday as hundreds of people left a party at Cornell University's student union. No suspects have been named.

Two students turned their tributes for Nazaire into song at a piano at his memorial Monday. One sang condolences to Nazaire's family in New York City.

Ithaca College President Tom Rochon tearfully described how Nazaire's mother dropped him off at college and helped him unpack his belongings, only to return nine days later to take everything back home.

Hundreds of students filled the college chapel to capacity and spilled out onto the lawn, where the service was broadcast over speakers.