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Mace and Crown | May 21, 2018

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mental health Archives * Mace and Crown

‘Music on the Mall’ Helps Students Unwind

April 14, 2017 |

Erin Sudek | Assistant News Editor

Before the advent of finals week, Health Promotion and Counseling Services put together a music-filled event that helped students relieve some stress and learn more about mental health and wellness.

Students participated in various activities, ate free … Read More

‘Am I Normal Yet?’ Explores Mental Health

February 3, 2017 |

Dacia McBride Contributing Writer

“It’s like a broken machine. Thoughts go in your head, get stuck and keep going around and around.” Evie, the protagonist in Holly Bourne’s young adult novel, “Am I Normal Yet?,” suffers from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, a … Read More

OPINION: College Self-Care Not Just Luxury

February 11, 2016 |

Star LaBranche Contributing Writer

According to studies done by the National College Health Assessment, mental health issues among students are growing. It’s a common joke that college students are overworked, exhausted and living off of caffeine and fear. The reality is … Read More

ODU Counseling Helps At-Risk Students

September 23, 2015 |

By Jacob Hall Contributing Writer

Almost all students will feel stress, anxiety or depression at some point during their school career. For one student last year, those feelings became too much as events led him … Read More

“Out of the Darkness” Brings Suicide Prevention into the Light

September 12, 2015 |

By Josh Whitener News Editor

The 10th annual “Out of the Darkness” Community Walk attracted thousands of supporters to Mt. Trashmore to advocate the awareness of depression and suicide prevention. Many of the 5,550 … Read More