Veterans Mental Health Should Be Remembered During International Men’s Day

By Cain Hernandez Blog Content Contributor Nov. 11. Many of you recognize this date as Veterans Day, a time when we pay tribute to the honorable men and women who chose a path of selflessness over all else. Nov. 19. This less recognizable … Continue reading Veterans Mental Health Should Be Remembered During International Men’s Day

Senator Fights for Mental Health

At the Stephen F. Austin hotel in Austin on Thursday, Senator  Judith Zaffirini celebrated her award by talking about her accomplishments and thoughts on mental health. Her interest in mental health was initially sparked at age 5 when she was in the first grade. One of her classmates had contracted polio, and she decided to help by selling peanuts to raise money for the March of Dimes. As she began to be more involved in mental health, she realized the importance of the work that they were doing, even as children, by raising money for research. Later at 22, she was … Continue reading Senator Fights for Mental Health

B2SB: Keeping Grades Up and Staying Healthy

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Similar to what faculty and student organizations are doing, KTSW is preparing to adjust for the fall semester. These are tough times. We are already dealing with the stressful workload, rising tuition costs, apartment/living expenses– … Continue reading B2SB: Keeping Grades Up and Staying Healthy

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How to eat healthy as a broke college student on a budget during COVID-19

By Rey BanuelosKTSW Guest Writer The stereotypical broke college student diet can be imagined as preservative-rich off-brand Doritos for lunch and 3-minute microwavable ramen for dinner. The nutritional value of eating those is horrendous. The notion that being a poor … Continue reading How to eat healthy as a broke college student on a budget during COVID-19