Gallery: Remembering the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, 15 years later

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The World Trade Center rains down debris as a hijacked airplane crashes into the second tower of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. After the two planes crashed into the WTC, the towers collapsed. There are no known survivors from the airplanes that crashed into the WTC and Pentagon. (File Photo by Cary Conover | Collegian Alumnus)
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Students react to news coverage of a series of plane crashes believed to be part of a terrorist attack on the United States. (File Photo Evan Semón | The Collegian)

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Students gather in the Union Courtyard to watch updates of the attacks on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. Many students and faculty gathered around campus to watch the events unfold throughout the day. (File Photo by Jeanel Drake | The Collegian)
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Freshman Karen Hayungs, left, and senior Mindy Moriarty, both in elementary education, watch the news coverage of the World Trade Center attack on one of the televisions in the K-State Student Union Plaza on Sept. 11, 2001. (File Photo by Jeanel Drake | The Collegian)

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Liz Flatau, junior in construction science and management, shares a moment of silence for the victims of terrorism with Tino Leone, senior in architecture and over a hundred K-State students outside the Student Union on Sept. 11, 2001. Many groups gathered to pray for those affected by the plane crashes. (File Photo by Evan Semón | The Collegian)
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Faculty member Jennifer Bamback watches the breaking news about the attacks on the World Trade Center in the K-State Student Union ballroom with faculty member Nancy Calhoun. Bamback moved from 115 Broadway, across the street from the World Trade Center, where she lived before taking a job with K-State. (File Photo by Jeanel Drake | The Collegian)
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Military police stop and search vehicles trying to enter Fort Riley Military Base at the Ogden entrance on Sept. 11, 2001. Only people with military IDs were allowed to enter the base, which was shut down for security reasons. (File Photo by Evan Semón | The Collegian)
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K-State head football coach Bill Snyder addresses the media at his weekly press conference at the Vanier Sports Complex in Manhattan. Snyder fielded questions concerning the terrorist attack. The football game that was scheduled that week was postponed due to the attack. (File Photo by Zach Long | The Collegian)
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Students and faculty hold hands during a prayer at the conclusion of the campus interfaith prayer service in the K-State Student Union's Forum Hall on Sept. 12, 2001. The service, which included religious experts representing five different faiths on campus, was for those wanting to spend time reflecting on the terrorist attack in New York City and Washington, D.C. (File Photo | The Collegian)
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Pat Weisenburger wipes a tear from her eye as she sings the national anthem to commence the gathering at City Park on Sept. 13, 2001. (File Photo by Kelly Glasscock | The Collegian)
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Andra McCarty and her daughter, Tristan, 9, listen to music play in City Park on Sept. 13, 2001. The gathering was to honor the victims of the tragedy. (File Photo | The Collegian)
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Hello! I'm George Walker, and I graduated from K-State in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and minors in journalism, leadership studies and queer studies. I have passions for design, development, and photography, and I'm a former editor-in-chief and photo/multimedia editor.