Alumni showcased in local art exhibit

On Oct. 7, an art exhibition titled Gray Matters transformed 9th Street Studio. Organized by National Alliance of Mental Illness members, their intention was to bring awareness of mental health issues to the local community and in memory of local resident Scott Brazil. "Everybody is touched by … [Read more...]

Truths of having an emotional support animal

Mental health is a pressing matter — depression and anxiety can be considered taboo, especially in the African-American community. We don’t talk about it. We have people grow up with destructive coping methods, like alcohol, drugs or self-harm, because they never talked about these issues as … [Read more...]

Under Pressure: Anxiety is more common than you think

“It’s like when you get really hungry – you can’t ignore your stomach constantly growling. It’s always there.” That’s how Catherine Stepniak, psychology and sociology junior, describes her anxiety.“Most of the time I feel like I’m about to die. I get a pounding heart, shortness of breath, nausea, … [Read more...]

It’s not all in your head

I've had depression since I was in middle school, so I've become almost a professional at dealing with the waves of emotion it brings (kind of morbid, I know). But this semester, it got to the point where I didn't know how to handle it by myself anymore - I wasn't eating regularly, I was staying up … [Read more...]

B Good 2 U wellness fair moved indoors

The fourth annual B Good 2 U Wellness Fair is now schedule to be held in the Clark Student Center Comanche Suites instead of Sunwatcher Plaza due to heavy rain according to Vikki Chaviers, licensed professional counselor at the Counseling Center. Chaviers said the events will still run from 11 … [Read more...]