At a coffee shop near the University of Texas at El Paso, a middle-age man finds a random laptop sitting on a chair. It probably belongs to one of the thousands of college students in this city.

Instead of ignoring it or taking it for himself, the man, dressed in shorts and wearing a baseball cap, politely interrupts the cashier and says, “Miss, someone forgot their laptop here.” Random acts of kindness like these are the ethos that runs through this city’s veins because the people here are incredibly good.

And although the mood is somber, residents here are looking out for one another with reverence after what happened on Saturday.

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