if your friend is:

what a friend does:

makes a difference.

College is full of new experiences. We make tons of friends, try new things, and learn more than almost any other time in our lives. We also bring with us all of those past experiences that made us who we are. That said, as we journey into the unknown we all need to look out for each other.

Whether it’s a roommate, classmate, or a best friend from high school, by watching out for those we care about we are making a difference in their lives. If someone is in trouble, the worst thing you can do is sit back and let them fall.
You have to do something. Don’t assume that someone else will.

We have a responsibility to act – to do something – even if it’s hard. The right thing is not always the easy thing. But YOU could save someone’s life.


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