An accurate perception of mental health is important for keeping up with the demands of the future. By Libby O’Neall
The Bark Buddies program visited libraries on campus this week to give students a break from studying. By Sarah Olick.
Studying abroad not only expands perspectives but may help with getting away from the stresses of college. By Conner Kingsley
Tessa Zimmerman talks about her new book and anxiety in the U.S. with our news editor. By Kristin Oh
Why more students should take time off from school to figure out what they actually want to achieve while at university. By Maris Westrum
Other universities hold a “dead week” for students to study before finals, while CU leaves its students hanging. By Trinity Clark
Students are feeling particularly stressed this month as exams rev up. No matter how impossible these weeks seem, though, the promise of fall break is just around the corner — beginning the weekend of Nov. 23.
By Corie Thompson
CU HelpLine is a free, student-run service that takes calls or instant messages from anyone on campus wanting to talk with someone confidentially.
By Yuchen Wu
By Lizzy Hernandez
Waving goodbye to the most stressful month of the year.
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