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Check Your Mental Health Before You Wreck Yourself

Story By: Hannah Lanier, Reporter

February 27, 2019


Filed under Opinion

It is that time of the semester--the make it or break it point. It is time to decide if that extra class is really worth the lack of sleep, no social life, and overall misery. Well, if any of these describes you, it is time to check in with your mental health. Yes, mental health, and the const...

Man Died by Apparent Suicide at McKinley and Blackstone

Man Died by Apparent Suicide at McKinley and Blackstone

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Editor-in-Chief

September 30, 2018


Filed under News

A man died after jumping in front of a northbound train at the intersection of Blackstone and McKinley, Sunday, Sept. 30. The man, apparently in his early 20s, seemed to have intentionally jumped in front of a freight train shortly after 9 a.m. according to preliminary information provided by Lt....

Wellness Center Strives to Reduce Stigma of Mental Health

Wellness Center Strives to Reduce Stigma of Mental Health

Story By: Tamika Rey, Reporter

September 26, 2018


Filed under News

The Holistic Cultural & Education Wellness Center, a non-profit organization based in Fresno, is working to destigmatize and connect members from various cultural backgrounds to mental health resources. “Often times the stigma associated with seeking mental health options is difficult to overcome,”...

Why Therapy Won’t Work If You’re Not Ready

Why Therapy Won’t Work If You’re Not Ready

Story By: Anjanae Freitas, Entertainment Editor

August 30, 2018


Filed under Opinion

When I decided to treat therapy as my recovery rather than my chore, I realized I wasted my teenage years being a misery factory. Soon enough, therapy became my new safe place. At 15 years old, I saw a therapist for the first time. I had no desire to understand why I was clinically depressed and anxious,...

Mental Health Care Needs to Be a Norm

Mental Health Care Needs to Be a Norm

Story By: Tasha Turner, Reporter

April 17, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Many students deal with depression and anxiety on a daily basis.  Despite that, they are expected to go to class and pretend everything is fine. If a student can miss school due to the flu, they should be able to miss due to depression or anxiety. Mental health problems are very common in the United States, wit...

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