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Media overload and anxiety

Media overload and anxiety

November 28, 2016

Overcoming my anxiety

Overcoming my anxiety

March 29, 2016

How to start meditating (because yes, you really should)

By Kate Leddy

January 22, 2015

Filed under Columns, Headlines, Opinion, Scrolling Headlines

If I had a dollar for every time I have read or been told that I should try meditation I would probably have enough money to build my own tranquility hut. The problem is I wouldn’t use it for years. After what I started trying...

Being a woman with anxiety in America

By Brianna Zimmerman

October 2, 2014

Filed under Columns, Opinion, Opinion Special Issues, Scrolling Headlines

Like an estimated 18 percent of American adults, I have an anxiety disorder. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, as a female, I am 60 percent more likely than my male counterparts to develop an anxiety disorder...

Making room for context and perspective

By Isaac Simon

October 2, 2014

Filed under Columns, Opinion, Opinion Special Issues, Scrolling Headlines

Anxiety, like so many other conditions in life, can be hard to categorize. I feel as if most people deal with a little bit of depression at some point in their lives. Certain things happen in a person’s life to make her or him...

UMass uses support and therapy groups to help ease stress

By Ardee Napolitano

March 29, 2012

Filed under Campus News, News

Mentoring and support groups can be a useful tool for victims of physical, psychological and sexual abuse, according to research by Concordia University in Canada. At the University of Massachusetts, the Everywoman’s Center...

Letters to the Editor: 2-10-11

By Staff

February 9, 2011

Filed under Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, A recent article has been floating around numerous periodicals, the internet and radio stations, talking about how college students have become too “lazy”. The NPR article “A Lack of Rigor Leaves Colleg...