“It’s no surprise that women are becoming increasingly weary of wearing band T-shirts out in public in fear of being put on the spot, and then publicly shamed online if they don’t perform perfectly.”
Trusting yourself will help a lot in deciding what is right for you, what people to spend time with and what you want your college experience to be.
You should never feel guilt for not sharing your story with anyone, especially in an academic or classroom setting. It is yours and yours alone, and you get to choose what to do with it.
It’s completely understandable for people to be anxious right now. No one blames you! The future is uncertain for everyone, but especially for those of us who are in college. We are already in a phase of change and growth, and current changes have added to that exponentially.
MARAIS JACON-DUFFY NEWS EDITOR MJACONDU@BUTLER.EDU In recent years, Butler has seen a steady increase in the use of mental health services in different areas on campus. The number of students going to the Health and Recreation Center for counseling and consultation services has almost doubled from 6 percent to 10 percent of the student body…