Brandon Dale was approaching the end of his sophomore year of college when he received distressing news. His brother had been in a severe car accident and suffered a broken nose and “psychological damage.” With final exams just around the corner, Dale suddenly had a more troubling concern than grades to worry about.
“I received the news from my mother three weeks before finals, and I didn't really know how or where to begin processing,” Dale, a Class of 2017 Brown student and member of the Brown-RISD Catholic Community, said. “I was angry. Sad. And mentally exhausted. So I did what I always do whenever I need t...
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