CAPS Refocuses Outreach Efforts To Girls Who Cut Their Own Bangs

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WESTWOOD — An official statement issued Friday by UCLA’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) announced their decision to channel resources towards girls who cut their own bangs. “The truth of the matter is that it’s never just a haircut,” explained lead psychologist Peter Kassel, PhD, of CAPS while flyering outside of Hedrick Hall. “When self-cut bangs are coupled with a sudden interest in dating apps and Drake’s older albums, it may be too late for us to act. We can’t let any more breakdowns get to that point.” The center asks that students refrain from pretending their friend’s bangs look good and instead refer them to their 24-hour crisis hotline.