Penn State Boston Alumni Association Chapter Offers Support
Katie Huber, the VP of Communications for the Greater Boston chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association, offered the following comment about the incident at the Boston Marathon today:
On behalf of the Penn State Alumni Association Greater Boston Chapter, I am reaching out to share our chapter’s availability as a resource after today’s tragic events in Boston. We hope all of our alumni and their loved ones are safe and, if any students, alumni or other members of the Penn State community who were involved need any assistance or lodging, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
We take care of our own at Penn State. Every Penn Staters who we know ran in the race or is known to be in the Boston area has been located and is safe.
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