I would like to make an amendment to my first article, as I am comfortable admitting when I am in mistaken. One of the things I mentioned was Mental Health Week, of which I was critical. My experience last year with mental health week left me quite jaded as other than the keynote speaker at the beginning and the Wave event at the end, it seemed as though they were trying to force students to be happy during a time that is rather stressful. While stress relief activities are important it seemed as though the emphasis was on going on a scavenger hunt, picking songs that made you happy. choosing a sticker from a set, small selection that was supposed to somehow reveal the complexity of emotions that people feel, and playing in balls. It was less about mental health as a whole, or at least that is how I perceived it.