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Take What You Need Wall

University is difficult and stressful at times. If you need a little extra positivity or encouragement in your life, the UH Hilo Student Activities Council (SAC) is setting up a "Take What You Need Wall" in the Campus Center Plaza with hundreds of post-it notes full of positive and encouraging quotes, sayings and words.Students walking by are welcome to take any post-it note they need. In addition, Student Health and Wellness Programs will have a relaxation station (with stress balls, coloring mandalas, etc.) and will have some information available on mental health, deep breathing and their services. All are welcome!

For more information, contact: uhhsac@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7374

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