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The University of Michigan and 9/11, a decade later

The University of Michigan remembers the tragedy of 9/11 with special events and stories from those who reflect on the day 10 years ago.

Members of the U-M community gather Sept. 11, 2001, on the Diag following terrorist attacks on the United States earlier that day. As the 10th anniversary approaches, faculty experts say the public continues to adapt to a loss of personal liberties, increased military spending and a sense that citizens always are at risk. Photo by Martin Vloet, U-M Photo Services.

Saturday
• Pre-game tribute at the U-M v. Notre Dame 8 p.m. football game; playing of "God Bless America"; names of 18 U-M graduates who lost their lives in the tragedy will be scrolled.

Sunday
• 9 a.m.-5 p.m. — Never Forget Project, commemoration of 9/11 victims, Central Campus Diag. Click here for more information via Facebook.
• 7-9 p.m. — Fear and Faith: 10 Years After 9/11, scenes, monologues, songs and film clips, Studio 1, Walgreen Drama Center, North Campus. Click here for more information via Facebook.
• 8-11 p.m. — Memorial vigil, Central Campus Diag. Click here for more information via Facebook.

In a quiet area of the Alumni Center lobby rests a plaque dedicated to the alumni who died in the attacks of September 11


In a quiet area of the Alumni Center lobby rests a plaque dedicated to the alumni who died in the attacks of September 11.

Visit the Alumni Association Web site for the complete list and survivor stories.


Michigan Today

On the 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, University of Michigan students, alums and faculty talk about how the world has changed.

University Record

Ten years later, how has Sept. 11 shaped America?

News Service

U-M experts available to discuss Sept. 11, its aftermath 10 years later

Ask M: Professor Juan Cole invites questions on situations in the Middle East since 9/11