Election Therapy for Students Who are Troubled in Heart and Gut

Posted on November 11, 2016

IMPORTANT NOTICE—November 11, 2016

TO: Students of New Saint Andrews College
FR: The Office of Student Affairs

In the wake of Tuesday’s election results, New Saint Andrews College is mindful of the troubling winds that pass through the bowels of our student body. The outcome of Latah County Soil and Water Conservation District, Seat Two, threatens the digestive stability of our students who sometimes identify with vulnerable hygiene practices. screen-shot-2016-11-11-at-12-42-03-pmWe find common cause with shrubbers of old who endured such trials, lamenting, “Oh, what sad times are these when passing ruffians can say ‘Ni’ at will to old ladies.”

At times like these we need to draw together as a community and coddle every student's precious equilibrium. Therefore the College invites concerned students and faculty, especially the frail-boweled among us, to practice self-care through dialogue and therapeutic origami. Stop by the Augustine classroom between 1:45 and 2:15 this afternoon; experience a safe zone where you can make yourselves whole again.

Christopher R. Schlect, Ph.D.
Director of Student Affairs
New Saint Andrews College

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