The events of Sept. 11 left their mark on our generation. Like the impact that the assassination of John F. Kennedy and the bombing of Pearl Harbor had on generations past, most people will never forget the exact moment they heard the news of the terrorist attacks on America six months ago. Some sat with eyes glued to television screens; others sought shoulders to cry on. Telephones worked overtime, carrying the voices of loved ones around the world. But some UNC students were forced to watch the events unfold from the other side of the globe.