9/11 Families to Greet Pope at 9/11 Memorial; 1 In 4 College Women Sexually Assaulted On Campus; Starbucks Offers Mobile Orders Nationwide; Newest iPhones In-Store Friday
Things you need to know on September 22.
Thanks to MetroNews Source for the following.
- Pope Francis is about to become the first Pontiff to visit the World Trade Center Museum and Memorial. People directly connected to the 9-11 terror attacks entered a lottery for a chance to stand at the reflecting pool when the Pope enters the memorial site. One thousand people were selected through random drawings.
- A new survey by the Association of American Universities, out yesterday, reports that 1 in 4, or over 27-percent of undergraduate women said they had been sexually assaulted, either by force or when they were incapacitated. The survey defines sexual assault as anything from unwanted touching, to rape. Researchers surveyed 150-thousand students at 27 major colleges and universities last spring.
- When you just have to have that coffee. Starbucks said it's now offering its Mobile Order and Pay service in all of its U.S. cafes. Mobile Order and Pay is a feature on the Starbucks app that enables you to place orders and pay for them before you get to Starbucks.
- Here it comes - Apple's new iPhone 6-s and iPhone 6-s Plus will be available in Apple stores and also most AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless stores starting Friday at 8 a.m. Apple expects to have models available for walk-in customers throughout this weekend.
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