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Week Eleven: Amanda Kasper

  Where were you when the world stopped turning, that September day?  As this week marks the 11th anniversary of September 11, 2001, and the 11th week of the Today Voice, I find myself lost in the memories of history; in the meaning of those days, those weeks, that tragedy. Eleven years ago, everything in my life … Continue reading

Week Eleven: Kathy Benson

Where were you when the world stopped turning, that September day? It’s hard to believe that eleven years have come and gone since 9/11/01. In addition to being the eleventh anniversary of 9/11, ironically it is also the eleventh week since we began The Today Voice in July. On 9-11-2002, one year later, I wrote … Continue reading

Week Eleven: Peter Combs

Where were you when the world stopped turning, that September day? September 11th is a day most people will never forget. I know I won’t. I remember being glued to the news that day, staring at the screen in disbelief. My sense of the world was shattered, as it was for everyone. I am lucky … Continue reading

Week Eleven: Brian B. Baker

Where were you when the world stopped turning, that September day?   ”History never looks like history when you are living through it.” – John W. Gardner We never see life happening like it does. We see it either through rose colored glasses or pitch colored sunglasses. There are those who woke up that morning thinking, I … Continue reading