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Lafayette College will host a roundtable discussion entitled “Reflections on the Colorado Tragedy” at noon, Thursday, April 29, in the Interfaith Chapel of Hogg Hall.

All members of the campus community and the public are invited to participate. Lunch will be available to purchase for $3.

Leading the discussion will be a panel made up of James E. Lennertz, associate professor of government and law; Mary Ann Swiatek, assistant professor of psychology, Karen J. Forbes, director of Lafayette's Counseling Center; and Michael Adams of the ALERT Partnership, who works with schools on violence prevention.

A coalition of more than 300 individual and organizational members, ALERT is a catalyst for identifying and involving a cross-section of local residents in developing programs that lead to solutions of drug, alcohol, and other problems. It is affiliated with the Community Health and Health Studies department of the Lehigh Valley Hospital and Health Network.

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