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An estimated 60 percent of American adults live with a chronic illness, such as diabetes, hypertension or cancer. It can be enormously challenging and sometimes isolating for these individuals, who are our friends, neighbors and family members. The Chronic Illness Awareness Club was created with the goal of promoting a greater understanding of chronic conditions and bringing visibility to often invisible illnesses.
Making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich; it sounds simple. And on the surface, it is. But as the members of Ignatian Ignite know, making a PB and J is also a way to provide nourishment to those who urgently need it, to find a sense of purpose, and to better understand the community we share.
PRISM is an LGBTQ+ organization that was created to be a safe space for members of this community and their allies. The organization hosts events and informational so that we may all learn, work and flourish together.
Current students can log into CampusGroups to see all upcoming student events happening on campus and opportunities to get involved.
Le Moyne is committed to maintaining a safe campus environment. For information about Title IX and assault resources, click below.Learn More