Soft, soothing music plays as members of the Ithaca College Mindfulness Club color mandalas and drink tea.
Put yourself first. Be your own advocate and be thankful you chose a school that will advocate for you like Ithaca College has done for me.
Ithaca College’s Active Minds and Mental Health Awareness for Musicians brought Josh Rivedal, mental health advocate, discussed depression and suicide March 1.
In this episode of “Past Deadline,” host Grace Elletson sits down with Natalie Shanklin, managing editor of The Ithacan and Zoe Howland, co-president of Active Minds, to discuss the Get CAPS Ready campaign from 2015 and its impact today.
Why wouldn’t officers receive mental health training when, statistically, one out of every four college-age individuals struggle with mental illness?
James Rada, associate professor of journalism, said he has been making sure students know about mental health resources available to them for years.
More than 70 people gathered Oct. 3 at the Free Speech Rock for a “moment of action” to discuss ways to increase dialogue around mental health.