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by Elise Bechtel With finals coming up fast, many students begin to feel pressure to get high scores, which in turn causes stress. Dr. Colleen Nevins, a nursing professor, and Dr. Jacqueline Sherman, a psychology professor, agreed that students are facing many internal and external stressors. With so much at stake, it is important to […]
by Sergio Mercado With the large role the internet plays in everyday life, we should take a step back to consider the effect it has on our mental health. Particularly, does the internet have a positive or negative effect on the mental health of those who use it? The discussion of mental health has grown […]
by Robert McDonald The anxiety created by the Great Recession of 2008 looms large in the mental health of students across the United States. Students watched on television, saw it happen to their friends or experienced the trauma of a parent losing their job or having their home foreclosed. In the spring of 2018 the […]
by Jazzminn Morecraft Counseling and Psychological Services, most commonly known as CAPS, is an area on campus that can provide support for students. “CAPS provides short-term counseling, which is focused on identifying solutions to immediate problems,” said Toni DeBoni, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students. CAPS follow the International Accreditation of […]
by Courtney Doucette Mental health is a discussion that has been heavily acknowledged in recent years. It’s easier to figure out a problem that is physically apparent because it is visible, whereas mental health is under the surface and more difficult to see. Regardless, mental stability is just as important as physical stability; in fact, […]
by Naomi Santana According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), there are millions of people affected by mental illness in the United States every year. One in five adults experienced an episode related to mental illness in the U.S. in 2018, which equates to about 47 million people. Whether you or someone you […]
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