The Calvert Recorder newspaper today published a story entitled, “Living in a post-Sept. 11 world,” in which College of Southern Maryland (CSM) students, who were born shortly before Sept. 11, 2001, were asked to share their thoughts on living in a post 9/11 world of heightened security, constant surveillance and less privacy.
“While none of the students can recall the attacks, they do recall their families’ recollection of how things used to be and how difficult it was to adjust to the change after 9/11,” writes Ward.
Follow this link to hear from CSM students Petey Ervin, Maura Baker, Destiny Johnson and Brenna Vilkoski when they sat down with Ward last Friday at the Prince Frederick Campus to share their perspectives.
Calvert Recorder Reporter Tamara Ward is leading a tabletop talk today with CSM students – who are all about 18 years old – about the upcoming 18th anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy. @CSMHawks #WeRemember pic.twitter.com/Lc6HYHKaMX
— CSM Headline News (@CSMHeadlines) September 6, 2019