Changing our mental environment with Dr. Stuart Slavin

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Students face difficult courses, stressful tests and the demands of student life constantly. These stressors can drastically effect our mental health. Dr. Stuart Slavin spoke to WSU faculty, staff and […]

Three mistakes I made as a freshman and how to avoid them

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When I was a freshman, I thought I knew what college was going to throw at me. Unfortunately, no matter how prepared I thought I was, starting college was hard, […]

C&O Outreach highlights student health

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Students spent their lunch break learning about fitness, health and wellness at the Weber State University Clubs and Organizations Outreach tabling event on Jan. 24. The event took place in […]

Mental illness isn’t invisible, it just takes a harder look

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Mental illness is often referred to as an invisible illness. Many of the people who call mental illness invisible do so from a place of caring and an aim to […]

The power of comedy: Ogden act heads to Fringe Festival

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Stand-up comedian, suicide survivor and mental health advocate Collin Williams will perform his dark humor comedy show, “My Suicide Note”, at the Salt Lake Fringe Festival starting Aug. 3 at […]