Ivy Leagues Snub 9/11 Ceremonies

By USDR.

With today marking the 12th anniversary of September 11, the conservative Young America’s Foundation (YAF) is holding its annual”Never Forget Project” on over 100 college campuses. The goal is simple; to help “students across the country properly remember the anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks.”

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While there are more than one-hundred schools participating in the annual event there are some prominent schools that remain absent from the list. Five of the eight Ivy League schools – Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Brown, and the University of Pennsylvania – have not announced plans to participate in the “Never Forget Project.”

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Harvard

 has no official 9/11 memorial event – but found time on Sept. 11 to host a “Politics of Transitions in the Middle East” event. Likewise, instead of holding an official 9/11 event, 
Brown University found time to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Chilean coup and the  University of Pennsylvania is hosting an event entitled “The World In Posts.”

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