An accurate perception of mental health is important for keeping up with the demands of the future. By Libby O’Neall
“BoJack Horseman” returns for a fifth season to see antihero BoJack striving for better while keeping his demons at bay. By Camille Sauers
CU touts its mental health facilities and programs, but many of its students are still struggling. By Alex Segall
Winter is coming, and for twenty percent of the population, this means Seasonal Affective Disorder is coming too. By Libby O’Neall
Regular mass shootings in the U.S. prevent youth’s sense of safety, and increase depression, anxiety and fear. By Hannah Metzger
Netflix’s new show ’13 Reasons Why’ is a dark but compelling show with an important message about suicide. By Charlotte Spaeth
The possible implications detecting depression using an unconventional diagnostic method: Instagram profiles. By Kim Habicht
By Megan Curry:
Spring break is over, and it feels like our lives are too. Let us help you bump the post spring break blues.
CU is holding free depression and anxiety screenings for students, faculty and staff who may be concerned with their mental health state.