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Cook Counseling Center’s staff are saddened and unsettled by the graffiti message threatening Muslim students on our Blacksburg campus last week.
To paraphrase our own Multicultural Statement, as a staff we are committed to respecting and valuing our humanity, including differences and similarities of age, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, culture, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, language and socioeconomic status.
Prejudice and discrimination are harmful to all humans.
As a staff, we support all Hokies, of all ideological and demographic backgrounds. We emphatically do not support statements or behavior expressing hate, violence, and denigration of others.
Are you feeling stressed or overwhelmed? These are normal feelings for students going through the university experience. If you would like assistance managing any situation in your life, we are here to help. If you have never been seen at the counseling center, you may call 540-231-6557 to schedule an initial appointment.