With our project, The Hippo On Campus, we want to get people talking about stress and educate them about the reasons why acknowledging and dealing with our stress is so important. Our catchy name is inspired by the saying "the elephant in the room," because we don’t think that people always talk openly about their stress, instead seeing it as an issue that might be embarrassing to talk to others about. Our group name uses a play-on word for the word "hippocampus," since it’s the part of the brain involved in dealing with stress. Through our project, set up as an interactive Speaker’s-Corner-style kiosk (complete with a camera and microphone) we’ve managed to get more people talking about their stressors out loud. Our Hippo on Campus experience allows our participants an opportunity to share their stresses and the strategies they use to combat this stress via video recording. Afterwards, they are educated on the negative neuropsychological effects of long-term stress on the brain. We show our participants just how important it is to create healthy habits in order to develop positive stress resilience. The Hippo On Campus team is currently editing the footage so that it can be made into a Youtube video in order to educate and share our valuable participants' experiences with a global audience.