ASUC Senate discusses academic stress in wake of 2020 elections

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According to ASUC President Victoria Vera and ASUC Student Advocate Joyce Huchin, campus will be providing a variety of mental health resources to students, including community debrief spaces, wellness circles and counseling services to discuss the outcome of the elections and the political climate.

During their meeting Wednesday, ASUC officials and senators reflected on the academic stress the elections have caused for the student body.
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