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Healing and Solidarity

April 22, 2013
The JCM Center Community offers heartfelt sympathy and prayers for all the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. We also express solidarity with our Muslim brothers and sisters in rejecting violence in the name of any religious faith.

We encourage students who may be experiencing any difficulties or have a need to discuss their feelings around these topics to please reach out to us.  We are here to assist you if you need us.  Other resources are available through Campus Ministry and Hamel Health Counseling Services.

The Center is located in the Sakowich Campus Center, Suite 320.  Please drop in if you need us. You can also call us at x5428 or x5171, or email us at


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