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Photo Brief: 9/11 Vigil

UM Color Guard member,  sophomore Adam O’Reilly, stands at the front of the room for the 9/11 vigil on Tuesday night. Due to rain in the afternoon, the vigil was moved from the Rock to the first floor of the University Center. Instead of candles, participants held red, white and blue glow sticks to honor the victims of the 2001 attacks. Hadley Jordan // Contributing Photographer

Student Government President Nawara Alawa addresses her peers during the vigil. Holly Bensur // Contributing Photographer

September 12, 2012

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