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Notes Jotted down on 9/11 Part 4: T-Day

 The decision to stay in Midtown became a moot point, as I saw people heading into the Subway. I told Chen, and Steven that if I had to be with any two guys, after terrorists destroyed the World Trade Center, … Continue reading

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Notes Jotted down on 9/11 Part 3: Lemmings and Postcards

  Because I came from the first floor, I was one of the last students to arrive at my tenth floor homeroom. Ms Fletcher (seven or so months pregnant) told the students to sit down, and stay away from the … Continue reading

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Notes Jotted down on 9/11 Part 2: Photography Class

When I got to class, Mr. Tolan was watching the news. I heard about the second plane, and how this was probably terrorism. As I was looking at the TV, I saw that both towers were burning. Sarah, who had … Continue reading

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Notes Jotted down on 9/11 Part 1: Lots of Car Alarms

Everything started at Physics class in Stuyvesant High School at around 8:45 in the morning. The class had just come back from a five minute break in the middle of a 90 Minute lesson on scientific notation. Mister Wang was … Continue reading

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Notes Jotted Down on September 11

Ten years ago, I was a junior in Stuyvesant High School. It was a few blocks from the World Trade Center.  I was there on the morning of September 11 2001. I had wanted to be a writer. When I … Continue reading

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