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Moffett Library’s 9/11 exhibit informs students 20 years after tragedy

Jaime Alemán September 11, 2021

In remembrance of the September 11th terror attacks on the World Trade Center two decades ago, Moffett Library is hosting a visual exhibition of posters and memorabilia on the second floor titled, “September...

Rais Bhuiyan, victim of a Dallas shooting, makes appearance at Wichita Falls Museum of Art to speak on his survival and progress to forgiveness on April 18. Photo by Arianna Davis

9/11 hate crime survivor gives strong message to college students: ‘You can end hate’

Lane Riggs April 18, 2017

"How would you react if you were shot in the face?" Rais Bhuiyan, a 9/11 hate crime survivor, gave a talk on compassion, connection and community to a crowded room on April 18. As pictures of his...

911 memorial. Photo credit: Paco Cabeza-Lopez

Students don’t think national security is an important issue

Rodrigo Mireles November 7, 2016

Russian spies, Mexican drug smugglers, and domestic criminals are national security issues America faces today. However, students believe that national security is one of the least important issues facing...

Andrew Gray, business administration and management junior, gives a speech infront of the Bolin Fountain to faculty, administrations, and students during a 9/11 Memorial put on by Student Government Association. Photo by Rachel Johnson

Student delivers 9/11 memorial speech

The Wichitan September 15, 2015

Andrew Gray delivered this speech to about 30 people in front of Bolin Fountain on Sept. 11 at 11:30 a.m. Good morning. I would like to thank all of you for coming. We organized this ceremony to...

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