9/11’s Generational Divide

Professor O'Connell

Professor Barry O’Connell on Remembering, Discussing, Teaching and (Not) Understanding 9/11

Remembering September 11



Remembering 9/11

Watch a slideshow of the weekend’s memorial event.

Panel Discussion: “9/11: How We are Different 10 Years Later”

Three in 2,996

By Emily Gold Boutilier

Three alumni—Frederick C. Rimmele III ’90, Brock Safronoff ’97 and Maurita Tam ’01—were among the nearly 3,000 who died in the Sept. 11 attacks.

For the Rest of Her Life

By Emily Gold Boutilier

Tara Neelakantappa Safronoff lives in a brownstone in Park Slope, Brooklyn, in a neighborhood lined with trees and double strollers. She and her husband have two children, Caroline, 5, and Liam, 4, who share their mother’s dark hair and warm smile. An English teacher at a private school for girls, where her husband teaches P.E., she takes great pleasure in her career and her family. Life is full; she is happy—but it’s not at all the life she expected to be living.

Political Science Professor Dumm Edits Special Issue of Theory and Event Devoted to September 11

Alex Garvin To Speak on Rebuilding Manhattan after 9/11 at Amherst College March 21

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