The students lit candles and honour the victims of the mass shooting, much like other events held across the country including in Montreal, Edmonton and Toronto.
The two intellectually disabled men were "beautiful souls" who had "not an ounce of hate in them - something we're terribly missing today", Rabbi Jeffrey Myers, a survivor of the massacre, said at their funeral.
Trump stepped into the role of national consoler, a title he wears uncomfortably, as he arrived in Squirrel Hill, the neighborhood where he faced an uneasy welcome.
Later in the day, dozens of mourners walked behind the hearse carrying the remains of Rabinowitz in Squirrel Hill, according to footage posted on social media.
A group of Pittsburgh Jewish leaders wrote an open letter to Trump on Sunday telling him he bears responsibility for the shooting and saying he was not welcome in the city unless he denounced white nationalism and ended his "assault on immigrants and refugees".
The incidents have led to accusations that Trump has fanned violence through nearly daily tweets and speeches lambasting illegal immigrants, political opponents and journalists in divisive language.
Donald and Melania Trump stand with Rabbi Jeffrey Myers as they place stones on a Star of David at a makeshift memorial outside the Tree of Life synagogue.
But Shayna Marcus, a nurse who rushed to the synagogue on Saturday to help with the wounded, said she felt that the president was taking an unfair portion of the blame.
President Donald Trump's White House senior adviser Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump.
The top four Republican and Democratic congressional leaders declined a White House invitation to join Mr Trump in Pennsylvania.
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Questions have long swirled about the president's credibility as a unifier.
Bowers was also charged Saturday in a 29-count federal criminal complaint that included charges of obstructing the free exercise of religious beliefs - a federal hate crime - and using a firearm to commit murder. The dead include a set of brothers, a husband and wife, professors, dentists and a physician.
Pilken says she was shocked when she first heard the news of the shooting and immediately began contacting others in the community, discussing ways to keep her congregation safe.
The parties and the pollsters agree, even though the state has elected only Republican senators, including the late John McCain, for the past 30 years and has backed only one Democrat in presidential elections since... To Marianne Novy, Trump wasn't wanted "unless he really changes his ways". "It was a wake up call.thinking okay if something can happen like that there then what are we doing here to take the steps to make sure it never happens here", she said.
"It's part of his program to instigate his base", Werber said, and "bigots are coming out of the woodwork".
In a letter, Bend the Arc: Pittsburgh Steering Committee, a self-described progressive group, said Trump is not welcome in the city.
"I am a citizen, he is my president".
Throughout the president's visit, protesters amassed by the thousands.
The attack - which the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has described as the deadliest targeting Jews in U.S. history - has heightened a national debate over Trump's rhetoric, which critics say has contributed to a surge in white nationalist and neo-Nazi activity.
When Air Force One touched down at the airport outside Pittsburgh, the Trumps were not greeted by the usual phalanx of local officials that typically welcomes a visiting president, a reflection of controversy surrounding the visit.
"Community leaders expressed to the governor that they did not feel it was appropriate for Trump to come, so the governor made a decision not to join him on his visit out of respect for the families and the community", Melena said.