In the first dark hours of September 12th, 2001, five college freshmen stay up all night in a dorm room confronting the promises of youth so they can cross the bridge into adulthood together.
September 11th was a day unlike any other day in American history. Yet, it was a day exactly like every other day. We didn’t stop being human beings. And just like we all needed to eat and eventually sleep, we needed to laugh too. We needed to do things to get our minds off of a world that felt like it was collapsing before us. We needed to remember our humanity, especially as everything we thought we knew was changing.