In response to recent mental health surveys of Cornell students, we must reconsider what constitutes a good education. Supporting the psychological well-being of students should be a priority. Students should learn how to live well, how to be experts at living. To do this, we should not only use the traditional language-based methods of learning; we must directly confront the “stuff” of life through contemplative practice (meditation, introspection, self-inquiry). Let's take the same curiosity that we would normally bring into a classroom and redirect it inward, toward our own conscious experience. JOIN THE SITTING ROOM