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Thriving with Anxiety: Where does it come from, and what can I do about it?

December 24th, 2015; By Anthony Teles

You are sitting in class. The clock ticks. Then it hits you: Your heart runs wild and beads of sweat run down your forehead. Anxiety comes hard and fast, but […]

Dealing with Anxiety

September 22nd, 2015; By Teodora Pasca

Feeling tense or overwhelmed is normal, especially for a student juggling a variety of responsibilities. However, if you constantly experience intense stress, fear of failure, and feelings of inadequacy, the […]

The Competitive Nature of Scholarships: Some Tips on How to Deal

May 31st, 2015; By Erin Kelly

When you hear the word “scholarships”, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Money? Reward? Work? How about competition? Some scholarships you don’t need to compete against […]

The Importance of Student Mental Health

November 30th, 2014; By Teodora Pasca

School is a trying environment: it’s understandable that juggling academics, extra-curriculars and personal issues can be overwhelming. That being said, it’s important to keep yourself healthy and not let the […]

The Importance of Finding Peace Within

June 30th, 2014; By Nadia Harris

In a world filled with obligations and seemingly never ending stress, finding inner peace can seem like the stuff of fairytales. The reality is that the majority of us are […]

Stress Recognition and Elimination

April 24th, 2013; By Kathleen Gerry

Dealing with stress can be a struggle between light and dark, between hope and despair, and between what is right and what is wrong. Sometimes we are provoked by an […]