11 23 2014
  5:14 am  

Museum Seeks Video, Photos, Accounts of Sept. 11

National Sept. 11 memorial and museum launches website

The National Sept. 11 Memorial & Museum is launching a Web site Thursday with its collection of citizen journalism of the tragedy and is appealing for more 9/11 stories from all over the world.
"They say that 9/11 was the most digitally documented event of all time," said Alice Greenwald, director of the planned museum. "There were vigils in Tehran, Berlin, London, Moscow, Tokyo. ... We're asking people everywhere to help us tell the story."

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Minority and Poor Students Set Sights Too Low

Advice: Go to college and choose the best one possible

Students aren't aiming high enough, settling for less selective schools they imagine will be easier, but where in fact they're more likely to drop out before earning a degree. Minority and low-income students are especially susceptible.

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