Students across the country have recorded extreme responses to Donald Trump’s victory in Tuesday’s presidential election, with many looking to school administrations for emotional support.
Many universities across America are now offering counseling and emotional assistance in response to outcries from students in distress over the results of Tuesday’s presidential election.
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) November 9, 2016
It's been an emotional election. If you're struggling and need to vent, we have a safe room set up. Stop by.
— RMU Counseling (@rmu_counseling) November 9, 2016
— CBS News (@CBSNews) November 9, 2016
— pechiney (@pechineyy) November 9, 2016
— David DeBolt (@daviddebolt) November 9, 2016
— Ariana G. (@aarianaxx77) November 9, 2016
NC State is offering counseling services for those who need it after a presidential election. Let that sink in.
— The Dee 😈 (@TheyWantTheDee2) November 9, 2016
This election is a difficult one. @CalPoly Counseling Services offers emotional support any time!Call 805-756-2511 to talk to a live person.
— Kennedy Library (@REKLibrary) November 9, 2016
They're having grief counseling at my school regarding the election results..shouldn't that tell us something lmao
— $Fcinque19 (@fcinque19) November 9, 2016
Our chancellor had to send out a consolation message after yesterday's election, offering counseling & advocating for unity. ☹️
— judith (@_youD) November 9, 2016
One student even reported that her friend was forced to teach her physics class after the professor had to dismiss herself to receive counseling over the election result.
In other news, Sarah is currently teaching Physics lecture, because her professor left for counseling on the election
— Emily Ludwig (@EmilyyLudwigg) November 9, 2016
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