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Mystery Photo Contest
The first five people to correctly identify this week’s Mystery Photo will win a UNotes Daily mug. Send your responses to email@example.com.
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Last Week's Mystery Photo
The Mystery Photo that appeared in the July 13 issue of UNotes features a living tribute to the six university alumni who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001.
The subject of the Mystery Photo was the colorful September 11 Memorial Garden at the north entrance to campus, near Bates House. The garden was the inspiration of the late Barbara Klemmer, who served as the university’s director of alumni relations until her death in June 2004. The garden is sponsored and maintained by the Alumni Association, and it was designed by Terri Hahn, an adjunct faculty member in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture.
The memorial garden pays tribute to the six alumni who were killed in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, all of whom were graduates of the Barney School of Business: James J. Hobin ’82; Robert L. Horohoe, Jr. ’91, ’92; Richard Michael Keane ’84; Stuart Seid Louis ’80; George McLaughlin ’85; and Daniel R. Nolan ’83.
The following people correctly identified the photo as the September 11 Memorial Garden: Terry Spencer, Nancy Philip, Nancy DelBiondo, Donna Douyard, David Isgur, John Michalewicz, William O’Brien, Carol Wilcox , Mya Bowen, Hikmet Aslan, Maria Marques, Fig Ramirez, Ellie Fiske, Carol Noyes, and Bev Carrier.