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Students Enjoy Stress Relief Program

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Stony Brook students had fun and found relief at the De-Stress for Finals event, held December 8 at the Student Activities Center.

Left to right: IFSC Executive Board members: Bianca Franza (President), Ahmed Khokar (Vice President), Carlton Johnson (Community Service Chair) and Kristeen Brown (PR Chair).
Left to right: IFSC Executive Board members Bianca Franza (President), Ahmed Khokar (Vice President), Carlton Johnson (Community Service Chair) and Kristeen Brown (PR Chair).

Co-sponsored by the Inter-Fraternity and Sorority Council (IFSC), the governing body that oversees all fraternities and sororities at SBU, and the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), the stress-relief program was attended by 175 students

“These are highly stressful times for students as they’re focused on finishing final projects and preparing for finals”, said Bianca Franza, President of IFSC. “We’d like to provide our peers with different ways to relax before finals.”  

The event featured crafts, meditation classes, animal therapy dogs provided by CAPS and information tables from Red Watch Band, CHILL Peer Educators and Center for Prevention and Outreach.

 

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