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Celebreties, Anxiety and Mental Health Awareness

A few days ago, Kendall Jenner published a couple posts on her app detailing how she has been struggling with anxiety during this past year. She talked about learning how to cope with panic attacks by doing everything from breathing exercises to painting her room a calming shade of pink. Now normally, Kardashian/Jenner-related news is

Spoerl lecture informs about wildlife conservation and public health

On the evening of Wednesday, Oct. 26, Kevin J. Olival, Associate Vice President for Research at EcoHealth Alliance presented a lecture titled “Forecasting and Preventing Viral Zoonoses: Integrating Wildlife Conservation and Public Health Research.” This lecture is the second installation in the Spoerl Lecture Series in Science and Society, which is co-sponsored by the Recent

Letter to the Editor: Danny Davis

To The Editor, One of the strongest themes in this election cycle is the public outcry of injustice against our most vulnerable citizens, but I believe that in many ways, individuals of mental illness have been silent victims in this election cycle. The mental health of the major candidates running for office is frequently challenged.

Lawrentians in Contention: Let them eat vegetables

The healthy options in our café are abysmal. Controversial statement of the year, right? Normally I wouldn’t ruminate on such things—if I’m to be honest my usual orders at Kaplan’s Café consist of some Meat ft. Greasy Side—but in the past few weeks, after several Lawrentians reiterated the point, something clicked. Our café has the

Ask a fifth-year: Choose your health over class

Dear Will, I’m too sick to get out of bed! I’m really worried that it’s going to affect my academic work, so I’m considering just getting up the strength and going to class. Any advice? Strep in Sage   Dear Strep, Let me tell you something that not every student or faculty members realizes here

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