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Campus cope: Improving your mental health

Spring Break is over and it’s time to jump right back into the unending mechanism of academia. After a week of rest and recovery,...

Shedding new light on mental health awareness as a result of...

As lockdowns seem to have no end in sight, mental health concerns in young adults have increased. As a consequence of social isolation, students...

Mobile games in the pandemic: Socializing online and its negative effects

Since March, interactions with others have changed. People have found themselves being cloistered indoors without much physical contact to the outside world. As a...

Campus Cope: Helpful methods to help control your anxiety and stress

I do not remember when I first noticed my anxiety issues. They were always present growing up, the feeling of overwhelming stress and the...

Campus Cope: staggered sleep schedules and how to reestablish them

The COVID-19 pandemic is still alive and well and many people are continuing to acclimate to the many changes our nation faces. The imposition...

A Word of Advice From … Associate Professor Kate Sweeny

Associate Professor of Psychology Kate Sweeny has conducted groundbreaking research on anxiety, worrying, coping and the stress that comes with awaiting news. She has...

Highlander Diaries: Homesickness

In our new section titled “Highlander Diaries,” we at Features allow students to send in “Dear Diary”-formatted journal entries regarding a topic of our...

Highlander Diaries: First-year Fears

In Highlander Diaries, a new section hosted by Features, Highlanders get to share their college  experiences within a Dear Diary format. This is to...