The Attack on Lower Manhattan

The following message was sent to the Barnard community.

Dear Members of the Barnard Community, 

Together, we join the City and the nation in mourning the victims of yesterday’s act of terrorism in Lower Manhattan. Our hearts ache for all who have been touched by this unthinkable tragedy.
 
At difficult times like this, we remind students of the following on-campus resources:

Dean of Studies Office
105 Milbank Hall
(212) 854-2024

Furman Counseling Center
100 Hewitt Hall
(212) 854-2092
After-hours psychological emergency line: (855) 622-1903

Primary Care Health Services
Lower level, Brooks Hall
(212) 854-2091
After-hours clinician on call: (855) 622-1903

Faculty and staff are encouraged to utilize Humana, the College’s Employee Assistance Program.  Information is available at 800-448-4358, https://humana.com/eap.

In the face of these hateful acts, I hope we can come together as a community in support of one another.

Sincerely,

Sian Leah Beilock 
President

Audio: Video: Images: 

Facebooktwitterlinkedinmail

Visit original >