Confronting Tragedy

I would like to start by thanking those who have shown interest in contributing to the Guidon. I hope everyone enjoyed our first issue. There are many new features on the way. However, we must move on to discuss a more solemn topic.
The recent turn of events has truly put life in perspective for many of us here on the hill. As we head into Mid-Semester Break, with many students going home, it is important that we cherish our friends and loved ones. Even so, let us not forget those on our campus. A smile or a kind word can really make a difference.
Also, there is help for those who need it on our campus. The Norwich University Counseling and Psychological Services Department is located in the Kreitzburg Library, in Suite 405. A team of caring professionals is standing by to administer a wide variety of mental health services, from counseling to psychological testing. To receive assistance, simply stop by during the hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or call 802-485-2134 to schedule an appointment. However, the resources do not end there. Reverend Wick is always available, whether in his office in the White Chapel, or at his home just down the street. At the very least, find a friend, professor, or student leader to talk to. Norwich cares.

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