College Offers Safe-Space For Students To “Process, Stressful” Midterm Election Results

Celine Ryan

Students at an Illinois college received an email on Tuesday offering “extra support and resources” for those struggling to “process” the 2018 midterm election results.

Three Elmhurst College offices informed students that there would be increased support on campus during the “stressful time” of midterm elections, according to an email obtained by Campus Reform.

“Our staff will have open office hours to provide a space to process the outcomes of the elections,” Elmhurst’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion, Office of Student Involvement, and Office of the Chaplain said in the email.

“We will also have coffee, cider, hot chocolate, and some treats to offer you,” they continued. “We hope that you will join us if you need some extra support and resources throughout the day.”

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