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The United States will survive Trump

This might still be rather hard to believe, but it is going to be okay. It feels rather surreal, and understandably so, given that no one thought this would happen. It feels as though we are living in a dream … Read More...

Campus attitudes about stress

The glorification of stress is something I have observed quite often on this campus. Perhaps it is a symptom of an increasingly competitive job market or the ever-decreasing graduate school acceptance rates. Whatever the cause may be, unhealthy behaviors seem … Read More...

Don’t make the library your home during finals week

That time of the year has, once again, come to pass. Finals week. The week where you will not see many of your friends for over two and a half months and you spend time buried in your textbooks. It … Read More...

Does Brandeis do enough for mental health?

The state of mental health care on Brandeis’ campus is better than at most other schools. Unfortunately, though, most schools do not do reach the minimum threshold to be declared adequate. Many Brandeis students are unable to answer very simple … Read More...

Belief in soul jeopardizes mental health

Perhaps one of the greatest detriments to mental health reform—both legislative and social—is the soul. That is to say, not with the soul itself (as I believe it does not exist), but rather with the notion that we have a … Read More...

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