President Smith's statement on the January 6 events in Washington D.C.

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President Smith's statement on the January 6 events in Washington D.C.

"We denounce the attacks on our nation's democracy and call on our national leaders to find the courage, the will and the way to lead us through this crisis." Read President Smith's full statement on the January 6 events in Washington D.C.

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College Closed January 18

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President Smith's Statement on the January 6 Events in Washington D.C.

We denounce the attacks on our nation's democracy and call on our national leaders to find the courage, the will and the way to lead us through this crisis.

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