When University of Texas-Austin students wanted to protest the state’s new campus-carry law, they marched with dildos to question lawmakers’ priorities.
But they had a more sober response to the election of Republican Donald Trump, which has provoked existential fear on campus.
The student government created a “Therapy Wall” in the Student Activity Center Wednesday for students to properly express themselves in a therapeutic manner.
Many of those expressions posted on the wall when The College Fix visited it Thursday consisted of profanity. A spokesperson for the administration said it is “not taking any of them down.”
The Therapy Wall follows other post-election therapeutic services offered by elite universities and faculty: a “Cry In” at Cornell, puppies and coloring books at the University of Pennsylvania and exams that were postponed or made optional so students could talk through their anxieties.