See photos of the Healing Garden and the commemorative
journal, signed by those who came to the garden to remember, honor, and support their
Located in Wallwork Courtyard, students, faculty, and
members of the community are invited each fall to plant tulip and daffodil
bulbs in remembrance or support of a loved one. When the flowers bloom in the
spring, it will serve as a symbol of hope and healing. Attendees are also encouraged
to sign the Healing Garden Journal and leave behind a message or a few words
about the person they are commemorating. You can read through the pages of the
Healing Garden Journal below.
The Healing Garden is sponsored by the
Interfaith Council, Aramark, and the Center for Health and Well-Being.
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