HORU February 1, 2016

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(1/3) "I came into Rutgers in 2011. And I should've graduated last May, but right after I pledged my fraternity, stuff started happening at home. It's hard because I'm balancing a lot of my life here at Rutgers, where I'm super involved, with my mom struggling at home too. I began to get very anxious my sophomore year. Fall of my junior year, when I was president of the Residence Hall Association, I was doing all of these big things on campus and my body just shut down. I couldn't keep up, and I had to leave school. That was the first time I had to leave, my medical leave. All the things that I built up for those three years, I lost."


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