Students paint away stress

Art therapist Maia Donadee leads an art meditation session Monday in the Interfaith Chapel with senior communications major Vanessa Oceguera, senior English major Melissa Martinez, junior kinesiology major Bryan Ortiz, senior liberal studies major Ariel Simons and junior speech communication major Kendall Simons. The event, hosted by Common Ground and the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, was designed to teach students how to relieve stress by using art as a meditative tool. / photo by Berenice Gonzalez
Art therapist Maia Donadee leads an art meditation session Monday in the Interfaith Chapel with senior communications major Vanessa Oceguera, senior English major Melissa Martinez, junior kinesiology major Bryan Ortiz, senior liberal studies major Ariel Simons and junior speech communication major Kendall Simons. The event, hosted by Common Ground and the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, was designed to teach students how to relieve stress by using art as a meditative tool. / photo by Berenice Gonzalez
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