Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Community events marking the anniversary of September 11

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September 8

9/11 New York Firefighters Talk with Children

9/11 Tribute: Honoring Those Who Served

September 9

MIT's Responsibility in a Dangerous World Forum sponsored
by the Program in Science, Technology, and Society

Responses to September 11: The U.S., Europe, and the Middle
Forum sponsored by the Center for International Studies

September 10

A Moment for Peace: In the Jewish Tradition MIT Hillel

September 11

All-Community Campus Gathering: students, faculty, staff

Opening Gathering: Flag Lowering

All-Day Vigil for Remembrance, Peace, and Healing MIT Chaplains

Wings of Peace MIT Chaplains

Museums Celebrate America's Freedoms: Joining Communities
in a Day of Remembrance
MIT Museum

Open Art Studio for personal expression Artists Behind the Desk

The War On Terror A Year Later Security Studies Program

Holy Communion Service in Honor of the Victims of 9/11
Lutheran Episcopal Ministry

Islam in America: Reflecting, Sharing and Understanding MIT Muslim Students' Association

City of Cambridge Vigil of Light on the Charles River

Other activities

Remembering and rebuilding: 9/11 counseling and support services
CSS Office and MIT Mental Health Service

New academic class offering
21F.013 Out of Ground Zero: Catastrophe and Memory

Shared Commitments for the Future:
Living Group Pledges for the 2002-03 Year

News and Articles

MIT News Office coverage of the 9/11 anniversary


For September 11 events information, contact the Sept. 11 Anniversary Committee
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