Pan Am Flight 103

Kelly Homan-Rodosky

  Amid the holiday season an important but somber anniversary might have been lost.  However Syracuse University staff traveled to Arlington Cemetery Sunday to remember the victims of the Pan Am Flight 103 Bombing.  Communications Manager Kelly Homan Rodoski (roe-DOSS-ski) says the 26 years have not diminished the impact for families.

SU Pan Am Flight 103 Lockerbie Air Disaster Archives

Believe it or not, on Saturday, it will be exactly 25 years since the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 that took the lives of 270 people, including 35 Syracuse University students.  To mark the anniversary of the tragedy, an S-U employee decided to finally make her long-awaited trip all the way to Lockerbie, Scotland. The town lost 11 of its own residents in the tragedy. WAER’s Pete Sweeney reports. 

Syracuse University News Services

  What can the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing teach us about world peace?  Former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell will put it into context when he speaks at Syracuse University Tuesday night.