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Jerome Williams (Class of ’91, B.S., Business Administration/Computer Information Systems) is working to build an awareness of the need for marrow donors of color; caption below

 

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Ode to Joy: Alumna Finds Connections Between Music and Mothering

When Joy Sikorski raised and home-schooled her three children in the Alaskan wilderness, she realized that one of the many stimuli that they responded well to was the sound of her voice. When her voice was uptight and strident, they reacted with tension and an inability to focus. When her voice was gentle and reassuring, they felt safe and relaxed, which enabled them to ask questions, communicate and absorb information easily.

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Photo above: Jerome Williams (Class of ’91, B.S., Business Administration/Computer Information Systems) is searching not only for a marrow donor to save his life from accelerated leukemia, but for others who may end up in need of a marrow match. For more information on his search, and to view his PSA for the City of Hope, click here. Photo courtesy of City of Hope

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