Alyssa Griffin, Molloy College
Follow these tips to take care of your mental health while also juggling final projects and exams.
Jake Sanders, Rhodes College
Parts of December and January are primarily times of relaxation for college students, but too much of nothing for too long can also easily put you in a sluggish rut.
Jayar Brenner, Michigan State University
The beginning of the fall semester can provoke a lot of stress, but hopefully this advice can help you thrive this year.
Natalie Gabor, Indiana University-Bloomington
Gen Zers and millennials are more likely to be affected by issues related to their stomach and intestines. What is the cause?
Sarah Esquivel, University of Texas at San Antonio
This time of year can be particularly stressful, especially for those struggling with mental health. In these troubling times, make sure to be there for those you love.
Julia Greene, Columbia College Chicago
Over-the-phone and online counseling have gained popularity due to COVID-19, but they have benefits that will outlast social distancing and isolation.
Imani Benberry, Columbia University
Learning from home will protect college students from the spreading virus, but it could have major psychological ramifications.
Audrey Martin, Boston University
I started running because I wanted to get back in shape, but it was my mental health that improved more than anything else.
By focusing on fullness and hunger, college students can transform their overall health by simply listening to their body.
Kayla Placide, University at Buffalo
The stress of college is leaving many students feeling isolated. Here’s what you can do to combat those feelings.
Marie Christensen, George Fox University
Too many college students are afraid to take the necessary steps to care for their mental health.
Tatianna Salisbury, Northern Illinois University
No matter what you’re dealing with, there’s no shame in asking for help.
Dominique Bander, Loyola University Maryland
As emotional support animals become more popular, colleges are grappling with their effects, including what to tell the randomly assigned roommate.
Natalya Pomeroy, University of Houston
Mental health advice is now more accessible with Talkspace, which is a therapy service on your phone.
Rakshya Devkota, Saint Louis University
These four organizations are providing mental health services for Asian Americans in a community that has a stigma against them.
Benny Diaz III, Southern New Hampshire University
This UNC Pembroke student drew attention to mental health at Cannes with her short film “Left in the Dark: Mental Disorders.” What’s next?
Jonathan Kim, University of Texas at Dallas
In an age in which universities are increasingly responsible for the mental health of their students, it pays to remember that, in reality, they have no such obligation.
Megan Schnese, University of Alaska, Anchorage
The constant, irrational fear can be a real pain in the ass, but these techniques can help you prevent it from overtaking your life.
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