Stress Less Wagon arrives at GS

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Amina Ramsey

Midterms are finally upon us which most likely means higher stress levels are too.

Health Services will be hosting the Stress Less Wagon which will be assisting students during their stressful times and studies on Oct. 2 at 4 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. in the Henderson library.

The Stress Less Wagon will be traveling through the library offering free snacks as well as techniques to help students cope with the stress of exams.

The techniques they will be presenting include sleep and stress management techniques.

Health Services will be facilitating a short mediation, breathing, progressive relaxation and stretching workshop on the first floor of the Henderson Library to help students relax during their studies.

Macayla Smith, freshman graphic design major, and Mona Wallace, freshman nursing major, both come to the library daily for 1-4 hours on average to study.

Smith and Wallace both appreciate the initiative of the Stress Less Wagon.

“It’s good that they’re doing this and they’re doing it in an area where we come a lot so it’s able to be utilized better by other students and me,” Smith said.

The Stress Less Wagon will be present again during finals week for students to use to help minimize their stress levels.