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Nov 11 19, 3:10 pm

Grave offered to students by a university to cope with exam stress

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Nov. 11, 19 | 3:10 pm

A university in the Netherlands is offering an excavation serving as “purification grave” to help students cope with exam stress.

Radboud University says a meditation grave was made to help students reflect on their existence.

A lot of alternatives were offered to students to release stress during exam periods.

The university went viral after a student posted about the school’s approach in managing a student stress

Behind the student chapel is an open grave and it has become an instant hit to students. Inside the grave the words ‘Stay weird’ were written.

Since the project became popular, students have to be put on a waiting list to experience the early grave. (TN)

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