A Facebook profile dedicated to making students feel good about themselves has gone viral, spreading kindness to colleges across the U.S. and Canada. “Queens U Compliments,” the brainchild of four students attending Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada, publishes anonymous compliments, and tags the objects of affection. “If there is something nice you have to say about someone but don’t feel comfortable saying it to their face, inbox away,” the profile says. “Keep in mind that hateful or rude remarks will be completely disregarded.” Read the full story at Mashable.
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