In a statement, Akamai chairman and CEO George H. Conrades said, “Danny was a wonderful human being. He will be deeply missed by his many friends at Akamai. Our thoughts and prayers are with Danny’s family, friends and colleagues during this time of national tragedy and personal loss.”
Walk-ins are also welcome at 25 Stuart Street in Boston.If you would like more information about blood donation or volunteering, contact Boston’s local Red Cross chapter.
As MIT watched yesterday’s horrors in New York and Washington, D.C. unfold on televisions across campus, administrators and support staff mobilized to help students cope with the disaster.
Terrorists unleashed an astonishing air assault on America’s military and financial power centers Tuesday morning, hijacking four commercial jets and then crashing them into the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon, and the Pennsylvania countryside.
“We have been witness to a series of events of unprecedented tragedy and horror in this nation's history. Every one of us has been affected in many ways. Even as we pray for and meditate about the many victims of these unspeakable acts, we must also care for each other and assist each others' family and friends through this troubled time.
The MIT community came together on the steps of the Stratton Student Center for a vigil yesterday evening, after news of terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, D.C. spread across campus.