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June 1, 2019

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December 5, 2018

How social media affects mental health

November 29, 2018

Over the recent decades, there has been a developing concern about the connection between social media and developing psychological wellness issues. With social media being the main platform that individuals use to communicate th...

Kevin Hines inspires suicide prevention

November 14, 2018

Hundreds of people came to “An Evening with Kevin Hines” at Topeka Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m. on Nov. 13. Hines shared his own story of pain, hope and recovery, as a Golden Gate Bridge jump survivor.Hines survived hi...

Counseling Services offers free group sessions to help students move past unhealthy relationships

Julia Eilert

January 26, 2018

Unhealthy relationships can leave lasting scars and moving on is sometimes easier with a bit of help.Students who have faced domestic abuse, sexual violence or other unhealthy interpersonal relationships have a new resource option. ...

Hope Through Headphones seeks to change culture around mental health

Yash Chitrakar

October 7, 2017

Hope Through Headphones is making an impact on the mental health community by compiling free playlists. The first tracks on HOPE THROUGH HEADPHONES, the student organization’s Spotify playlist, are zestful pop tracks like “Lonely Together” by Avicii, ...

Creations of Hope gallery brings mental illness to light

Lisa Herdman

June 28, 2016

The Creations of Hope gallery features “The Visionary Spoon,” a collection of art focused on addressing mental illness and will be available from May to June in the Yeldarb Gallery in North Topeka. Valeo Behavioral...