College campuses continue to fight the increase in suicide rates with mental programs and social awareness
Art as a Helpful Practice for Students to Destress for Final Exams
DePaul’s Brain Fuel Week is back in full swing, providing students with a variety of events
In every moment, monumental or mundane, she has been a silent observer in the corner of my bedroom, not really hearing or seeing, but recording,..
Ketamine therapy clinics have been popping up across Chicago as research redefines the uses of the sedative.
Community Peacemakers Return to CPS at Pivotal Time
After a year away, Community Peacemakers at DePaul return to CPS classrooms.
Mental Health and the Pandemic: A View on Attendance
COVID-19 has turned the tide on how students view what showing up for classes really means.
“Go back home or stick it out” — International Students Stuck in Limbo Amid the Pandemic
For many, choosing where to go for college is a huge step — requiring back-and-forth decision-making, scanning through multi-layered brochures and even withstanding the bleak..
It was DePaul thrower Rebecca Chouinard’s sophomore year when multiple barbells fell on her head during a lifting session, causing a concussion that took many..
Journalists Address Mental Health During COVID-19 Pandemic
This article is accompanied by an episode Platica con Pueblo, produced by Richie Requena Journalists and mental health do not always go hand in hand, but..
DePaul Administration to Focus on Student Mental Health Amid Pandemic
DePaul’s State of the University was delivered virtually to an audience of nearly 700. On October 22, faculty and staff joined a Zoom call where..