Does Boise State Need To Offer This During Finals?
Oh, finals week. It's the time of year that college students dread. A time when students don't sleep, study 24/7, and hope they did what they could to graduate and never have to endure the pain again. Yeah, I remember those days, and no, I don't miss them. But, man I really wish there was a place on campus where I can just go...for a few minutes and sit in peace. Ok, let's be real - cry my eyes out because I can't handle the stress. Well, for college students at the University of Utah they DO have a space to go!
According to USA Today, inside the University's library, you can find the 'Cry Closet'. A free-standing closet "lined with a black interior and plush stuffed animals" where students can go in and cry, scream, stand in silence; anything that will help get them through the stress of finals. It's an art project produced by senior, Nemo Miller, who says, "It’s been interesting to watch the response to this piece about human emotions, and I’m proud to see the power of art in action." The closet will remain in the library until the end of finals.
What do you think? Should colleges in Idaho offer these little sanctuary closets?