WHY EUSTRESSIN'?: ELIZA BOQUIN

I always say that Mental Health is not important to just one particular race, gender, or social class. It is also important to every nationality as well. In my travels, experiences, and connections, I have had the pleasure to meet an array of people and it is amazing to hear the stories that they have. Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting with Madeline Foster from Australia and had the opportunity to pick her brain about mental health. 

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WHY EUSTRESSIN'?: BRANDON MILLER

I always say that Mental Health is not important to just one particular race, gender, or social class. It is also important to every nationality as well. In my travels, experiences, and connections, I have had the pleasure to meet an array of people and it is amazing to hear the stories that they have. Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting with Madeline Foster from Australia and had the opportunity to pick her brain about mental health. 

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WHY EUSTRESSIN'?: AMANDA MUHAMMAD

I always say that Mental Health is not important to just one particular race, gender, or social class. It is also important to every nationality as well. In my travels, experiences, and connections, I have had the pleasure to meet an array of people and it is amazing to hear the stories that they have. Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting with Madeline Foster from Australia and had the opportunity to pick her brain about mental health. 

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WHY EUSTRESSIN'?: GEORGE ACHEAMPONG

I always say that Mental Health is not important to just one particular race, gender, or social class. It is also important to every nationality as well. In my travels, experiences, and connections, I have had the pleasure to meet an array of people and it is amazing to hear the stories that they have. Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting with Madeline Foster from Australia and had the opportunity to pick her brain about mental health. 

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WHY EUSTRESSIN'?: ALEXIS LONG-DANIELS

I always say that Mental Health is not important to just one particular race, gender, or social class. It is also important to every nationality as well. In my travels, experiences, and connections, I have had the pleasure to meet an array of people and it is amazing to hear the stories that they have. Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting with Madeline Foster from Australia and had the opportunity to pick her brain about mental health. 

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WHY EUSTRESSIN'?: RANDY JOSEPH

I always say that Mental Health is not important to just one particular race, gender, or social class. It is also important to every nationality as well. In my travels, experiences, and connections, I have had the pleasure to meet an array of people and it is amazing to hear the stories that they have. Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting with Madeline Foster from Australia and had the opportunity to pick her brain about mental health. 

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WHY EUSTRESSIN'?: KELLY DAVIS

I always say that Mental Health is not important to just one particular race, gender, or social class. It is also important to every nationality as well. In my travels, experiences, and connections, I have had the pleasure to meet an array of people and it is amazing to hear the stories that they have. Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting with Madeline Foster from Australia and had the opportunity to pick her brain about mental health. 

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WHY EUSTRESSIN'?: DORIAN BROWN | PHARMACY

I always say that Mental Health is not important to just one particular race, gender, or social class. It is also important to every nationality as well. In my travels, experiences, and connections, I have had the pleasure to meet an array of people and it is amazing to hear the stories that they have. Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting with Madeline Foster from Australia and had the opportunity to pick her brain about mental health. 

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WHY EUSTRESSIN'?: KORTNEY WATFORD

I always say that Mental Health is not important to just one particular race, gender, or social class. It is also important to every nationality as well. In my travels, experiences, and connections, I have had the pleasure to meet an array of people and it is amazing to hear the stories that they have. Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting with Madeline Foster from Australia and had the opportunity to pick her brain about mental health. 

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WHY EUSTRESSIN'?: NEILS RIBEIRO-YEMOFIO

I always say that Mental Health is not important to just one particular race, gender, or social class. It is also important to every nationality as well. In my travels, experiences, and connections, I have had the pleasure to meet an array of people and it is amazing to hear the stories that they have. Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting with Madeline Foster from Australia and had the opportunity to pick her brain about mental health. 

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WHY EUSTRESSIN'?: MAYA PITTMAN

I always say that Mental Health is not important to just one particular race, gender, or social class. It is also important to every nationality as well. In my travels, experiences, and connections, I have had the pleasure to meet an array of people and it is amazing to hear the stories that they have. Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting with Madeline Foster from Australia and had the opportunity to pick her brain about mental health. 

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WHY EUSTRESSIN'?: MADELINE FOSTER

I always say that Mental Health is not important to just one particular race, gender, or social class. It is also important to every nationality as well. In my travels, experiences, and connections, I have had the pleasure to meet an array of people and it is amazing to hear the stories that they have. Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting with Madeline Foster from Australia and had the opportunity to pick her brain about mental health. 

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WHY EUSTRESSIN'?: MONIQUE MEERTENS

College is a great time meet new people and make friends that will last a lifetime.  There are other relationships where you know someone, you speak to them in class and at parties, but you don’t really know much about them. Then after you graduate you connect on similar interest and wonder why you never got to learn more about one another sooner.

That pretty much sums up the connection between Monique and myself.  We are both products of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Class of 2009) and although we knew of each other during undergrad, we didn’t really get to know each other until a few years after graduating.

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Rwenshaun Miller