The Johns Hopkins Gazette: September 17, 2001

September 17, 2001
VOL. 31, NO. 3

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A University Mourns

Terrorist Acts Send Shock Waves Through JHU
The silence was stunning on Tuesday afternoon at Homewood. On a serene and idyllic campus filled with hope and promise, the morning's horrific terrorist attacks on America had shattered the cocoon of academic life and changed thousands of lives forever. Full story...

Sadness Reaches Hopkins' Overseas Sites
Flags flew at half-mast over the University of Bologna on Wednesday as Europe's oldest university offered an unprecedented show of solidarity and support to American students and faculty who have been part of the academic community there for nearly 50 years. Earlier in the day, Rector Pier Ugo Calzolari paid a personal visit to the SAIS Bologna Center to offer his condolences to director Robert Evans, his faculty, staff and students. Full story...

Tearful Vigil Unites a Diverse Campus
They gathered in the growing darkness on Homewood's upper quadrangle as the sun set Thursday night, several hundred Hopkins faculty, students and staff. They were clearly from many different races--black, white, Asian, Middle Eastern--and from many different religions--Jew, Muslim, Christian, Hindu--but all had gathered together as one community to mourn, to remember and to pray. Full story...

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