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Lifestyle

Take Care of Yourself

By Allison Schroeder Web Content Assistant Manager Take care of yourself.  These words you may or may not hear enough. When away at college, you may get overwhelmed with your classes, work, extracurricular activities and so much more that you may be dealing with. This could lead to you overlooking your own mental or physical health.  I know this semester seems to be a lot but remember you can do […]

todayOctober 7, 2021 13

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Lifestyle

When it Finally Comes Time to Talk to Someone

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager September is recognized as Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month. During the month, mental health advocates work to raise awareness by bringing discussions of mental health into focus. Over the course of the past few years, talking about mental health has become less taboo through the rise in social media campaigns, testimonies and it is even reflected in much of today’s art. Though despite […]

todaySeptember 17, 2021 4

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The Art of Allowing Loneliness

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager "I think I'm going to get a cat," I said as my mom listened on the other end of the call. We were on our third call of the day, which wasn't unusual as she often called to make sure that I ate something that wasn't prepackaged. She countered with a reminder of my cat allergy before asking why I wanted a cat. […]

todayJune 30, 2021 14 1

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Lifestyle

Mental Health Awarness Month Virtual Forum Spotlights Resources at Texas State

By Andrea MauWeb Content Assistant Manager An unseen toll on the mind is just one of the many challenges people face today during an epidemic. According to Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), 4 in 10 U.S. adults reported symptoms of depression, anxiety, addiction and other mental disorders in 2020 compared to 1 in 10 in 2019. More than ever, mental health is on the rise, and Texas State seeks to address […]

todayMay 12, 2021 8

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Entertainment

How to Cope with Panic Attacks

By Calvin MillerWeb Content Contributor Have you ever been in a situation where your mind started racing, your heart seems to be pounding at 200 beats per minute, and you begin sweating? Worse yet, you have no idea what brought this on. Well, you may have experienced a panic attack. Which is not to be confused with an anxiety attack, even though both are very similar. A Harvard Medical School […]

todayApril 10, 2021 6

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COVID-19

The silver lining of COVID-19

By Andie MauWeb Content Assistant Manager COVID-19 has indisputably changed the world forever, impacting the economy, health and social spheres beyond recognition. Yet the need created out of the current crisis also necessitates innovations that have undeniably improved the quality of life for many. While we cannot mitigate the amount of loss humanity has faced since COVID, a positive mind-set helps construct a better future. Greater awareness for mental health […]

todayFebruary 27, 2021 11

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International Men's Day

International Men’s Day: End Toxic Masculinity!

By Ally BolenderNews Content Manager Toxic masculinity is the idea of adhering to traditional male gender roles that stigmatize and work to invalidate the -very much- valid emotions, passions and preferences of men and boys. As a society, we’ve made great strides in recognizing women’s issues and collectively working to deconstruct the patriarchy. However, it seems that society has just recently reached the point of recognizing toxic masculinity and working […]

todayNovember 19, 2020 24 1

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International Men's Day

The Importance of Men’s Health

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor There tends to be a focus on women’s health purely because of the array of controversial healthcare needs which affect them almost exclusively, but this often overshadows the health issues men face today. The standard put on boys and men to appear untouchable only enforces the taboo factor of men’s health. But men are just as affected by bodily and mental changes as women and […]

todayNovember 19, 2020 11

Back to School Broadcast

B2SB: Mental Health at Texas State University

By Ally BolenderWeb Content Assistant Member SAN MARCOS, Texas — Texas State University welcomes students back to campus this August 2020 for the fall semester. As students begin learning in online classrooms and restricted amenities due to the current pandemic. Antonio Rincon, a member of the production department at KTSW, sat down to discuss mental health resources available for students at Texas State University.  “A lot of students are coming […]

todayAugust 17, 2020 1

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