Filed under News

Where were you on September 11?

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.

Email This Story

Pullquote Photo

3rd grade – told us we couldn’t walk home so I wondered if there had been an emergency that my dad was involved with it.”

— Ethan Platt, senior music major

Pullquote Photo

I was in fourth grade. We were sent home early. I came home and watched the news with my family as my mom cried. She’s from Brooklyn.”

— Rachel Davidson, senior psychology major

Pullquote Photo

If I did something wrong, blame me – not my religion or country.”

— Moaz Al Nouri, freshman business major

Pullquote Photo

I was in first grade. I remember my teacher stepping out for a moment so the principal could tell her what happened. I really didn’t understand what had happened.”

— Luke Gost, freshman secondary art education major

Pullquote Photo

On 9/11, I was 6 years old, I remember gathering with my family to watch a video replayed over and over on TV.”

— Mohamed Moustafa, sophomore physics major

Print Friendly

1 Comment

One Response to “Where were you on September 11?”

  1. Class of 02 on January 26th, 2015 9:13 am

    109 NE Morse Hall on that day. Just got back from giving a presentation in Dr. Wyatts stats class. The floor lounge was full and the TV was on. I walked in and saw the 2nd plane hit.

To comment on portions of The Bulletin’s website, commenters are required to enter a legitimate email address and first and/or last name before a comment can be published. The Bulletin reserves the right to delete any content deemed inappropriate or inflammatory. Any content judged racist, sexist, vulgar, obscene or objectionable will not be included on The Bulletin’s website. Furthermore, The Bulletin will not publish any content wherein the commenter fraudulently assumes an identity not his/her own. The Bulletin will only disclose user information in the event that it is required to do so by law to protect its own well-being or the well-being of The Bulletin‘s users. Other than those exceptions where The Bulletin determines that it is essential to disclose user information, The Bulletin maintains that it will not divulge personal information (username, email address) to third parties.

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.


The student news site of Emporia State University.
Where were you on September 11?