The University of California Berkeley’s student newspaper, The Daily Californian, has launched a new project to catalogue all the places on campus that students weep for their future.
The “Where We Cry” map appeared this week as part of an effort to collect stories about students and alumni being emotional, crying in dorm rooms, classrooms, libraries, and outbuildings, over everything from tough tests to triggerings. So far, the map has more than 360 entries.
Thanks to Google Maps technology, you can even pinpoint every place a student at Berkeley has gotten in touch with their emotions. Some stories are legitimate: there are lots of breakups, makeups, missing family, sleep deprivation, failed exams, and feeling overwhelmed — things that come as part of nearly every college experience.
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