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How Social Media Affects Our Mental Health

By Paige GreeneWeb Content Contributor Social media allows us to stay connected and keep relationships that we would not be able to otherwise. This connection can ease anxiety, stress and depression, but it can also cause it. I am not going to sit here and tell you that you have to delete all of your social media in order to be happy, because that is definitely not the case. Being […]

todayJuly 14, 2020 42

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Gary Gulman Tackles Depression and Masculinity in New Stand-up Special

By Daniel Richter  Web Content Contributor With International Men’s Day being this week, this is a great time to highlight one of the bravest stand-up specials in years. Gary Gulman: The Great Depresh on HBO is Gulman’s first special he has released in over four years after he battled crippling depression. Finding humor in such pain is a challenge but Gulman does it excellently. He walks you through the lowest […]

todayNovember 19, 2019 35


The Depressing Fact About Antidepressants

By Kaitlyn Benacquisto News Reporter Antidepressants are the most commonly prescribed class of drugs in America, and have a long list of side effects that come with them. The most common antidepressants are selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). SSRIs mainly affect the amount of serotonin, while is the chemical that regulates mood, social behavior, appetite, digestion, sleep, memory and sexual desire, that your brain produces. This medication is preferable over […]

todayApril 16, 2018 5


Depression Is…

By Alexandria Erwin Blog Content Contributor “Sometimes I can’t get out of bed. Not because I’m lazy, or tired. But because I physically cannot get up. I can’t think of anything that would be worth getting up and doing without draining me to the point where I wish I was right back where I started. I feel nothing, I am numb,” – Anonymous. Typically, when talking about depression today’s society […]

todayJanuary 23, 2018 61

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Let’s Get Depression Right

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor “Oh you smile way too much, there’s nothing wrong with you.” I hear comments like this all too often. Sure, I smile a lot. Why not show off these gorgeous pearly whites that took almost five years of braces to get somewhat straight? The truth is I use my smile more like a mask, a mask that hides my inner struggle. I have depression. […]

todayMay 22, 2017 71

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The Divine Power of Family

By Asia Daggs Assistant Web Content Manager After a long three years, my family and I were finally able to spend our first holiday together. My mother and three younger siblings moved for Seattle, Washington during the beginning of my senior year of high school, back in 2013. I stayed behind in order to finish up the year and get everything together to be accepted into Texas State University. Not leaving […]

todayDecember 25, 2016 22


Find the Self-Care Routine That Works for You

By Janessa Rutiaga Blog Content Contributor As college students, we tend to put our grades and GPA before ourselves. We come to class stressed and full of anxiety, and our grades suffer because of this. I fully believe that students need to first take care of themselves and their own well-being, and only then will their grades and everything around them flourish. Self-care is a big yes, and I think […]

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