The Syracuse University Remembrance Scholars held a panel discussion titled “When Terrorism Visits Small Towns” on October 23. Among those taking part in the event were (in top photo from left) John Kelso, former Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; Laura Beachy, Director, Editor and Co-Executive Producer of “We Were Quiet Once”; Sport Management student and Remembrance Scholar Lauren Strand; and Sport Management professor of practice Dennis Deninger, who emceed the event. Also featured at the event was Dr. Lawrence Mason, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications professor and author of “Looking for Lockerbie;” and Ryan Balton, co-producer, co-editor and post-production supervisor of “We Were Quiet Once.” The discussion focused on the effect that terrorism had on Lockerbie, Scotland, after the Pan Am 103 tragedy and Shanksville, PA, after United Airlines Flight 93 crashed there on September 11, 2001. The discussion featured insight into the FBI investigation of Pan Am 103, the impact on the community of Lockerbie, and the effects on Shanksville. The panel discussion was followed by a screening of the documentary “We Were Quiet Once” about the effects of terrorism is Shanksville, PA. Remembrance Week is a week-long event put on by the Syracuse University Remembrance Scholars. The week honors the 35 SU students and 235 other victims that were killed in the bombing of Pan Am 103.

Sport Management senior and Remembrance Scholar Fergus Barrie ’15 (right) took part in the University’s annual Remembrance Week Rose Laying Ceremony on campus on Friday, Oct. 24, at 2:03 p.m. Barrie and his fellow Remembrance Scholars read the names of the Pan Am Flight 103 student victims and then laid white roses on the Remembrance Wall. The event was followed by a Convocation at Hendricks Chapel.