- Nine months after Kenya university attack, Garissa University College is reopening
- The attack killed 142 students, three security officers and two university security personnel
- Kenyans use hashtag #147notjustanumber to honor victims
Nairobi, Kenya (CNN)There have been small renovations. The walls have been painted with new colors. The dormitory where the attackers went room to room killing students has since been renamed.
And while she received money from the government and the college, she is still struggling to pay medical bills along with her school fees at her new university.
"If they were concerned about us they would have taken time," Nyang'au said. Picking at a scar on her wrist -- a shrapnel wound.