Fifteen years ago 22 Boston College Alumni were killed on the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. We pray for their families and for all those who lost loved ones on that day.
We remember: Patrick M. Aranyos '97, Bryan C. Bennett '98, Thomas M. Brennan '91, John B. Cahill '66, Kevin P. Connors '68, Welles Remy Crowther '99, Danielle A. Delie '76, John J. Doherty '66, Thomas J. Fitzpatrick '87, Christopher J. Hanley '88, Gary Lasko '73, Sean P. Lynch '89, Stacey Sennas McGowan '85, Daniel W. McNeal '94, William G. Minardi '77, Peter J. Mulligan '95, John J. Murray '90, Edward J. Papa '76, Bradley H. Vadas '86, Edward R. Vanacore '94, MS '95, Joseph G. Visciano '01, and Kevin M. Williams '99.
(On September 11, 2003, a memorial labyrinth was dedicated to our fallen alumni. At the dedication ceremony, President William P. Leahy, S.J. said: "With the power of our faith, hope, and love, we consecrate this labyrinth in memory of 22 students who once walked the paths and lawns of this campus. We bless this place in their names, in gratitude for their lives, their gifts, their love, their very presence among us. They were taken in violence, and in their name, and in the name of truth, we dedicate an everlasting place of prayer.")