Pennsylvanians Remember 9/11

9/11 was a day of remembrance nationwide. College students and government officials were on hand to pay their respects in Pennsylvania.

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Christa Neu
9/11 was a day of remembrance nationwide. College students and government officials were on hand to pay their respects. A new monument was installed today, on the 14th anniversary, in Bucks County.
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Christa Neu / Lehigh University
Lehigh University's campus was decorated with flags in front of one of its historic buildings.
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Christa Neu / Lehigh University
Many students took time out of their day to plant flags.
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Christa Neu / Lehigh University
One Lehigh student pays her respects.
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Christa Neu / Lehigh University
The lawn at Lehigh was covered in flags, placed by different members of the Lehigh community.
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Derrick Morgan
Official dedication for the “Renew. Resolve. Remember.” sculpture was on the 14th anniversary of the attacks. The sculpture incorporates an I-beam from the World Trade Center.
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Derrick Morgan
The sculpture is being gifted to Bucks County by the Travis Manion Foundation, which is dedicated to assisting our nation's veteran and families.
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The sculpture is located at the Justice Center in Doylestown, PA.
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Derrick Morgan
The sculpture "is a testament to the resiliency of the American spirit and honors all who have been affected by the events of 9/11/2001."
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Officers walked in a parade on 2d Street in remembrance.
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Philadelphia's Mayor, Michael Nutter, walked in the parade to show his respects.
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