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Revisiting the Horror of 9/11

Revisiting the Horror of 9/11

Story by: Evan Harris, Reporter

September 13, 2019

September 11, 2001, the day that shook the whole country. From the moment the first plane crashed into the North tower in Manhattan, New York, everyone in the United States was on the edge of their seats. At 8:45 am the first plane, loaded with 20,000 gallons of jet fuel, rammed into the North tower, le...

Music Monday – 9/11

Music Monday - 9/11

Story by: Sam Billings, News Editor

September 12, 2016

After the horrific events of 9/11, musicians lent their voices to honor the victims and survivors of the attacks on the Twin Towers. ...

‘No words’

'No words'

Story by: Sam Billings, News Editor

September 11, 2016

The day started as another bright, normal, Brooklyn day for Annette Mann as she dressed her daughter Imyiah for school. After getting ready with her daughter, Mann travelled to work where she meets with employees about stocking merchandise in a warehouse. Listening to Kiss 98.7 FM at her desk, she o...

A change of perspective

A change of perspective

Story by: Libby Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief

September 11, 2016

As teachers prepare to discuss one of the most horrific events in America’s history with students, they should embrace the traditional teachings of the attacks on September 11 and teachers should ensure that a moment of remembrance occurs in every class. With more years passing, the importance of teac...

Stories left untold

Stories left untold

Story by: Emma Ruggiero, Opinion Editor

September 10, 2016

The aftershocks of the September 11, 2001 attacks still send tremors through the nation over a decade and a half later, yet students only have a few minutes each year to learn of the catastrophic event that changed America - and the rest of the world - forever. Schools need to implement the subject of 9/1...

Last canine standing

Last canine standing

Story by: Ashlei Gosha, Entertainment Editor

September 10, 2016

Bretagne, the longest surviving search and rescue dog to aid in the aftermath of September 11, passed away on June 6 in Cypress, Texas at age 16. Bretagne’s handler and owner made the decision to euthanize her when she had not eaten for three days and expressed increased anxiety. The old hero...

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