Troy University Library is looking to educate students about the events of September 11th, 2001.
A series of fourteen posters from the National Endowment for the Humanities features a collection of personal stories of individuals affected by the attacks.
“So we thought about this exhibit because a lot of our students weren’t even born or maybe they were just a year or two old when this actually happened,” says TROY Library Head of Reference Rachel Hooper. “So this is a way to educate the students and give them a visual. Because I’m sure they’ve heard about it their entire lives but this way they can actually see and walk through the day as they go through the different posters.”
The exhibit will be up in the library throughout the rest of the fall semester.
For the full story watch Jacklynn’s report.