The State of Student Mental Health: Q&A with CAPS Director Gary Dunn
Chalk it up to a “crisis of meaning” or the downwinds of social media — a growing number of Americans are lonely, depressed and anxious. According to a study conducted by Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, the proportion of people in the U.S….
Beyond Physical First Aid
In a frenzy of exams, essays and classes, students run the risk of neglecting their personal health — whether physical or mental. Since 40 percent of students report feeling depressed to the point that they have trouble functioning, according to the National Alliance on Mental…
Napolitano: Assessing Tuition Increase ‘Just the Arithmetic’
With the anniversary of UC President Janet Napolitano’s appointment, the UC Office of the President invited student journalists to ask President Napolitano questions regarding her first year as well as her initiatives moving forward.
‘Health Homes’ Bring Broader Coverage
The Health Improvement Partnership of SC County received a grant from the Blue Shield of California Foundation