As Wesleyan students continue to come to grips with the death of Nora Miller ’12, Rabbi David Leipziger Teva outlines options for students in need of support:
We realize that each of us will cope with the news of Nora’s death in our own way. While some might look to speak privately with a therapist at the Office of Behavioral Health or a chaplain from the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, others might seek the support of a friend or faculty member. If you are looking for a place to pause and quietly reflect from the day, consider joining us on the third floor of the Usdan Center in the Daniel Family Commons between 7 and 8:30 PM tonight. For anyone who would like to speak with someone over the coming days, the Office of Behavioral Health for Students is always available via the 24 hour on-call system 860-685-2910 or feel free to contact your class dean or the University Chaplains (Pastor, Priest, Muslim Sister, or Rabbi) in the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life.