Students’ childhood 9/11 memories

By Michael Tomsic

Most of today’s UNC students weren’t even teenagers when the September 11, 2001 attacks occurred.  They share their memories of viewing the tragedy through the eyes of childhood, and they talk about how they’ve changed since.

We hear from sophomore Victoria Kennedy, senior Daniel Sircar, and senior Mohammed Saad.

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