College, University confirm students’ safety
Observer Staff Report | Monday, June 5, 2017
Following an attack in London which left seven dead and at least 48 injured, Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s confirmed the safety of all students and faculty studying or traveling abroad after the incident.
Notre Dame International communications director Joya Helmuth said in an email that all Notre Dame students, faculty and staff abroad in the United Kingdom — which includes the London, Oxford and Norwich programs — were confirmed as safe.
Associate director of international education Alice Yang said in an email that 17 Saint Mary’s students and two non-Saint Mary’s students on the European summer study abroad program were in London at the time of the attack and have been confirmed safe. According to Yang, no students of the College are currently participating in the London LEB Summer Program.