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Le Moyne Commemorates the 10th Anniversary of the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (For Immediate Release) … Le Moyne College will commemorate the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, with a variety of events on the campus.

10 a.m.: Mass. Vincent Hevern, S.J., will preside with special intentions read for those who died.

1 p.m.: Le Moyne College will join community members around Syracuse for a day of service. Le Moyne has adopted Kirk Park for the event with projects ranging from clean up to planting and maintenance.

3 p.m.: Abe Dawson, Protestant chaplain, will offer a service of special prayers and support for the families and loved ones affected by 9/11.

7 p.m.: Mass. William Dolan, S.J., will preside and Justin Sullivan ’12, campus ministry intern, will offer reflections at this special Mass of Remembrance.

8 p.m.: Candlelight Vigil following the Mass. Members of the community are invited to join in a candlelight vigil outside at the Circle of Remembrance for prayer, word and song.

9 p.m.: Film screening and discussion: “World Trade Center” St. Mary's lounge.

Throughout the day, community members are invited to place an American flag in front of Grewen Hall in remembrance of those whose lives were lost in the attacks.

Additional related events include:

Film Screening: “Mooz-lum”
Friday, Sept. 16, 8 p.m.
Fireside Lounge, Dolphin Den

Pulled between his strict Muslim upbringing by his father and the normal social life he’s never had, Tariq Mahdi enters college in a state of confusion. New relationships with Muslims and non-Muslims alike challenge his already shaken ideals, and the estrangement with his mother and sister troubles him. With the help of new friends, family and mentors, he begins to find himself and open up to an Islam he hasn’t been exposed to. But when the attacks of 9/11 happen without warning, he is forced to face his past and make the biggest decisions of his life. Sponsored by the Muslim Students Association and Center for Peace & Global Studies.

Also, on Sept. 22, the College will hold a one-day symposium titled “Thinking About 9/11 Ten Years Later.” More information about the symposium can be found here:

For more information, call (315) 445-4525.

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posted on: 9/6/2011