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All posts tagged "mental health"
Continuing the conversation
If there’s one thing we can learn from athletes who have opened up about mental health, it’s that talking leads to self-improvement, and hiding leads to self-destruction. In March, NBA superstar Kevin Love revealed his mental health...
- Posted November 6, 2018
Netflix has been popping out new original content more than ever before, but the newest release of their limited series “Maniac” has stood out among the rest of the bunch. Released on Sept. 21, the 10-episode show...
- Posted October 2, 2018
Mariah ‘Careys’ on
“I was so terrified of losing everything, I convinced myself the only way to deal with this was to not deal with this.” Those are the words of an uncharacteristically vulnerable and open Mariah Carey, confessing to...
- Posted April 25, 2018
Opinion | The food-mood connection
As someone highly susceptible to stress, anxiety and bouts of depression, learning how to prevent and cope with my negative emotions can be quite challenging. A few months ago, however, I started focusing on my diet and...
- Posted March 6, 2018
Let’s start 2018 by talking about mental health
Three weeks ago, Washington State University’s redshirt sophomore quarterback, Tyler Hilinski, was starting the Holiday Bowl. The 21-year-old played so well in that game that he was fully expected to be the teams starter going into the...
- Posted January 23, 2018
On the Bookshelf
With all the required readings that we are assigned, sometimes it is hard to fit in leisurely reading. Here are a few reads that should fit into your reading list. -A. Perelli “The Girl on the Train”...
- Posted April 26, 2016
Active Minds promotes positive outlook on mental health
One in four adults on college campuses nationwide are dealing with or have dealt with a mental illness at some point in their life, according to research done by the non-profit national organization, Active Minds. Occupational therapy...
- Posted February 5, 2014