Updated May 27 at 7:27pm

Running for bombing victims

Bryant University freshman Ashley Cardona, front, blue T-shirt, joins students and other members of the university community for a one-mile run on campus April 16, in support of those affected by the Boston Marathon attack. Cardona, an international business major, suggested the run to university officials as a unified show of support against violence and for the families affected by the tragedy. Bryant also observed one minute of silence in memory of those lost or injured in the April 15 bombing near the race’s finish line. More

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Running for bombing victims

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Bryant University freshman Ashley Cardona, front, blue T-shirt, joins students and other members of the university community for a one-mile run on campus April 16, in support of those affected by the Boston Marathon attack. Cardona, an international business major, suggested the run to university officials as a unified show of support against violence and for the families affected by the tragedy. Bryant also observed one minute of silence in memory of those lost or injured in the April 15 bombing near the race’s finish line.

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