Brian Griffin is a first year law student at the University of South Dakota. He is from Jacksonville, Florida. In high school, he made a big impact with a small act of kindness.
Why did you start saying “hi” to five new people each day?
“I randomly saw this person just sitting by (herself) and just talked to (her), got to know (her). I had never seen (her) on campus. We just talked, it was cool. The next day (she) came up to me and she was like ‘It was really nice talking to you. I was really on the verge of committing suicide because I felt like nobody cared about me. Nobody ever talked to me.’ I meet people because people want to be noticed and want to feel part of the bigger things.”
What’s your advice for students here at USD?
“Get outside of your comfort zone.
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There’s a lot of people out there that needs a person like them to just talk to them. You never know where people are in life. You could be that person that saves a life.”