Oh Ok: SU Student Thinks Being Ghosted Counts as a Trauma

dating-3373115_960_720Seattle University— Imagine you’re sitting in your UCOR when the professor asks the class for examples of various traumatic events that individuals can experience in their life. Your classmates shout out your typical answers like, you know, unexpected death, being a victim of violence, serious accidents, etc. You all seem to agree that these truly terrible occurrences are examples of trauma… until you see the girl in the corner raise her hand. “Um, actually, we should include the sudden death of communication with a potential life partner”. Oh ok, so now being ghosted counts as experiencing trauma.

A chronic oversharer, Trudy Trauma relayed to the class how last week, she too experienced trauma after a 19-year-old skater boy with a Rainer can in hand for every picture suddenly ghosted her after one Tinder date. As the class all but begged the professor to move on, Trudy Trauma continued “I really…

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High School Student Gets a Good Night’s Sleep

June 12, 2019 ATHERTON — Last night, junior Jeffrey Campbell reportedly achieved the eight hours of sleep recommended by the American Sleep Association, becoming at once both a role model and source of envy for much of the student body. “It really wasn’t as hard as I’d thought it would be,” he said when interviewed. … Continue reading High School Student Gets a Good Night’s Sleep

Study Reveals An Increase In Stress Levels in Students

CAMBRIDGE — A report published in Scientific American has shown that there has been a spike in stress levels in students all around the world. One of the major contributors to this stress? University acceptances. “I don’t understand it,” one of the lead researchers commented, waving a brochure from Harvard. “The entry requirements are lower … Continue reading Study Reveals An Increase In Stress Levels in Students