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Each week, over the course of several years, I developed the skills I needed to make friends in college.

I am autistic; I am proud

Jeremy Evans, Contributing Columnist October 20, 2021

I first learned of my diagnosis on Jan. 3, 2016. My dad sat next to me on the couch, and my mom sat in the recliner across the room. They asked me to pause the New England Patriots game and said there...

eastern western therapy

OPINION | It’s not Western or Eastern views on therapy, but both

Shivani Bondada, Contributing Writer September 15, 2021

  Heartbeat increasing minute by minute, sweat sliding off your skin, biting your fingernails leaving them shorter than before and thoughts running all over the place. “Is this what you call...

Student participates in activity at the Celebrate Mental Health Festival this Saturday.

Celebrate Mental Health Festival encourages self care before finals

Charlotte Block, Contributing Reporter November 14, 2019

Tulane University’s National Alliance on Mental Illness chapter hosted its annual Celebrate Mental Health Festival on Newcomb Quadrangle on Saturday, Nov. 9.  NAMI is “dedicated to ending the stigma...

Universities must cultivate culture of openness, acceptance to combat student anxiety

Universities must cultivate culture of openness, acceptance to combat student anxiety

Nketiah Berko, Views Editor October 25, 2017

With more than 40 percent of college students citing anxiety as a major concern, mental health on college campuses is a pressing matter. As schools work to ensure students have the necessary resources...

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