Before she was killed at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, Alithia Haven Ramirez submitted a drawing for the Doodle for Google national search. The competition challenged young artists to create a design for its Google Doodle, which greets internet users when they visit the search engine with a query. Now, as the search narrows down to five finalists, Google is holding space for Alithia. A banner on the contest page says "Doodle for Google honors 2022 contestant Alithia Haven Ramirez and all of the victims of the Uvalde, TX tragedy." A separate page holds her sketch, a girl curled up on a sofa with balls of yarn and her pet. Google was spelled out in a framed art hanging on the wall. The page includes a quote from her entry, "I want the world to see my art and show the world what I can do, I want people to be happy when they see my passion in art." Said Google, "Her story and art profoundly touched us, and we wanted to honor her family's request to share her unique talents that were so tragically taken as a result of senseless violence."