My senior year in college was supposed to be filled with laughter, fun moments with my friends, and self discovery as I approach the time when I am supposed to finalize my career. I have always been one with a plan, but it is safe to say the things I have experienced due to the […]
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A recent report finds that suicide among active duty military has increased during the past five years.
The University has been working diligently on expanding mental health resources for students, faculty and staff on campus in several different ways.
As I heard the news that South Carolina removed the exceptions on rape and incest to their abortion law I could not help but be filled with anger, confusion and tears. How could the country that I live in deny autonomy to the lives of so many women?
At a time when social media has exploded into a market of its own, chances are you probably have an account somewhere in the realm of Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat.
When high schools throughout California were surveyed on the rate of suicidal ideation among their student population in 2017, the high percentages caused many districts to take a look at what they could do to better help their students. Collecting this data is crucial if districts want to ensure their students are mentally healthy and […]
With freshmen year comes a copious number of new stressors that have the possibility to lead to mental health issues. The American Psychological Association found that one in three first year college students struggle with mental health issues.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, or NIMH, one in five American adults live with a mental illness.
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, Residential Life held a Mental Health Awareness Day so students could unwind and relax as finals approach.
Netflix’s adaptation of “13 Reasons Why” is a prime example of how big companies are making a buck at the expense of vulnerable people.