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Three Professors Remember 9/11

The 9/11 Memorial

Three Furman professors wrote op-eds for The Greenville News over the weekend in conjunction with the 15th year anniversary of 9/11.   Religion professor Alfons Teipen wrote a piece titled Use Islamic Holiday to Unite People, while history professors Savita Nair (Nations are Defined by Their History) and Jason Hansen (Remember the Day After 9/11) also wrote op-eds about the events of 15 years ago and how the world has since changed.

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