“We really hoped to encourage people to find out the real answer to [the question] ‘How are you?’” said Carolyn Hughes, the third-year facilitator responsible for the mental health group. “Our performance was for the people who don’t really know how they are, the people who hate being asked and those who really need to be [asked],” Hughes added.

It is important that there are departments, organisations and initiatives on campus that aim to develop communities who may be in distress. The TFD process is a necessary one for both the students who are willing to help others and the communities who are in need of awareness and solutions to their problems. Some of the TFD groups will be performing on Open Day on 23 May.

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