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Jeni’s Story

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, we bring you the story of a young woman whose life ended by suicide. If you, a loved one, or anyone you know…

Sinclair Disease Detectives: Public Health Program Trains Students to be Super Sleuths

What Is Public Health? Students enrolled in Sinclair’s Public Health program learn how to be the Sherlock Holmes of health by investigating the causative relationship between humans and disease in…

For Me, For You, For Everyone: How Social Issues Intersect with Disability Justice

As a disabled person, one assumption I often encounter is that disability benefits – or really any other type of assistance – is easy to get. Disabled people are often…

Back To School Means Back To Tests, What Can You Do About Test Anxiety?

Extra, extra, read all about it! Your test scores are under attack and your test anxiety might play a huge role in why. We’ll explore the effects, the statistics, and…

Apps I Recommend For Student Success In The Digital Age

I have been a straight-A student nearly my entire academic career, which often leads people to assume that I have everything figured out. In their minds, I’m the epitome of…

How to Take Care of Your Mental Health During Midterms

With midterm exams and project deadlines approaching, you may be feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. Don’t worry, you are not alone!  I’m sure you’ve heard the “get lots of sleep and…