Kate Leddy discusses the meaning of activism in terms of her experience with eating disorders and other mental illnesses.
The biographical drama embraces the complications of reporter Christine Chubbuck’s life, refusing to reduce her to the circumstances surrounding her death.
Emilia Beuger advocates for more resources for mental health on campus.
Becky Wandel describes the positive benefits in seeking mental health treatment, and why you shouldn’t be ashamed to try it.
Katrina Kervin shares her personal struggle with anxiety, and discussing the stigma attached to mental illness.
Alsina Saee-Nazari comments on the popular view of masculinity in America and its perpetuating violence.
In the wake of the shooting at Umpqua Community College on Oct. 1, the Collegian discusses how it would handle such coverage.
Mental health problems are often invisible sicknesses and students suffer as a result.
The grant is part of statewide and national efforts to better equip police to handle a variety of situations.
Kate Leddy talks about cutting class for her mental health and discusses why we should be more accepting of taking a day off every once in a while.
Kate Leddy discusses the importance of accepting experiences with mental illness instead of trying to hide them.
For Mental Health Awareness Week which begins Sunday, October 5, the Daily Collegian Staff organized a special issue to discuss mental health conditions, treatment, personal experiences, policy, history, campus-related issues and its stigmatization in society today.
Club works to discuss mental health and stomp out stigma.
A college campus must have an open discussion on mental health, says Daily Collegian Managing Editor Patrick Hoff.
Underrepresentation and marginalization of women in society is responsible for higher incidences of mental health disorders among women than men, says Brianna Zimmerman.
Depression is not something to be ashamed of and help is out there, says Steven Gillard.
Joel Menasha ’06 believes UMass “should have known better” regarding ‘Logan’s’ addiction and must do better in the future to protect the lives of its students.
Kate Leddy says that one bad experience with a mental health professional shouldn’t put people off from ever trying it again.