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photo Campus grieved behind closed doors

Minutes after last year's attacks, it was obvious that Sept. 11 would be no ordinary day for the professors, administrators, staff and students who were getting ready for morning classes, vacationing out of town and planning to sleep in late. [Read article]

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photo Fear pushed some away, most came back

In the days following last year's attacks, fear and rumors ran rampant among the Arab and Muslim communities.

As a result, at least 53 students from other countries went home. [Read article]

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Wall of Expression will be resurrected

Based on student suggestions, the wall panels are to be taken out of storage and displayed permanently as a memorial

A year ago today, UA gave its students the Wall of Expression, a chance for them to cope with the terrorist attacks and write what was on their minds.

But where are the wall panels now?

The panels will be pulled out of storage eventually, said Jeff Warburton, an associate director of theatre arts who was influential in getting walls put up near the arts complex last September. [Read article]

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Campus commemorates September 11

8:46 a.m. The Tucson Masterworks Choral will take part in a worldwide concert to honor those lost on Sep.11. The event is free although donations will be accepted and will take place in Centennial Hall.

9 a.m. Flandrau Science Center's exhibit features a Wall of Remembrance and images of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon before the attacks.

12 p.m. The Campus Commemoration of Sept. 11 will take place on the UA Mall featuring an address from Peter Likins and poetry readings from selected students. The bell from the USS Arizona will also toll five times in memory of the UA alumni who lost their lives on Sept. 11. [More Events]

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Remember: A tribute to the UA alumni lost on Sept. 11

· Gary E. Bird
· Karol Ann Keasler
· Jeffrey W. Coombs
· Frederick J. Cox
· Christopher Larrabee
[Read article]

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Viewpoints

For the first anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the Wildcat asked members of the UA community what were they doing during the defining event of our generation, and how the events changed their life. [Read article]

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