Tagged - Mental Health
Navigating the world of online mental health awareness
On social media, a creator describes a list of symptoms that leads them to conclude they have depression. The weird thing is, those symptoms sound a lot like things you experience every day.
Waving the flag of exhaustion
We’ve grown up in a time when going to college is simply not enough to get a job. There are countless other boxes to check.
A Manifesto for ALL Sexual Assault Survivors
We declare that ALL sexual assault survivors ARE survivors, but NOT BROKEN or DAMAGED individuals. They are HUMANS, individuals who…
The University’s tone deaf response to burnout
These efforts aren’t just unhelpful, but actively mocking the issues students are facing.
Runner responds to student concerns over lunch
On Monday, Nov. 16, 15 students attended a Zoom lunch hour with Jeffrey Runner, Dean of the College in Arts, Sciences, and Engineering, to air grievances and ask questions about whatever they wanted.
Students reflect on UR’s mental health support
The increased difficulty of the semester in addition to online classes, COVID-19 precautions, and Zoom fatigue, has made burnout a critical issue for many students — especially the FGLI/POC community.
Election Day confirmed as a day off in response to student push
The planned ‘day off’ was announced on Wednesday, Oct. 28 in an email by Runner responding to student complaints about an accelerated and stressful mostly online semester.
Mindful University Project tackles mental health amidst pandemic
Being a college student itself is already challenging enough, but especially so in the midst of midterms season, political elections, and the COVID-19 pandemic. Having to juggle numerous responsibilities often leads to immense stress, which takes a toll on students’ mental wellbeing.
Interfaith candlelight vigil honors Daniel Prude
“I am in mourning for a man I never met because I fear that one day, it could be my brother or my mother — or me,” Baker said.
Make sure your motivation is yours
Once the goals you work toward for other people’s approval or money come to fruition, you might find yourself much less satisfied than you expected.