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USC community shares stories of Sept. 11


Submit your own at http://www.dailytrojan.com/september11 — I was in fifth grade on September 11, 2001. I remember the principal knocking on my classroom’s door and calling my teacher into the hallway to tell her what had happened. When she came back, tears running down her face, we all knew that something was wrong. She just […]

Ten years later: Remembering 9/11


Current and former USC students say their lives were shaped directly and indirectly by the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

Disunity has thrown country into chaos


Soon, the anniversary of Sept. 11 will be upon us, and the memories of those who lost their lives on that fateful day will captivate our attention — but for how long? A fleeting moment is all we usually allot for reflection on Sept. 11 despite the existing ramifications of that day in the history […]

Partisanship has led to positive discussion


Most of us students were only in the formative pre-adolescent years of our childhood when Al-Qaeda terrorists carried out their horrendous attacks on our nation, but we all remember that day. The phrase “9/11: We Will Never Forget” is permanently etched into many of our memories, guaranteeing we will, in fact, never forget. After the […]