Ithaca College’s secrets will be exhibited in of an art exhibit, as part of the mental health program PostSecretU.
Think about how many syllabuses the average student gets during his or her time in college: five to six classes a semester for eight semesters. That is at least 40 syllabuses.
Hopefully at this point in your life, you have come to understand that using words like gay, retarded and ghetto as adverse adjectives is not appropriate.
By providing an outlet for students to express their challenges with mental health and their own personal well-being, Active Minds will foster important dialogue on campus and help students realize a well-rounded education should mean a commitment to mental health.
In the wake of a string of national student deaths and suicides that gained attention last year, Ithaca College’s Mental Health Response Team is bolstering its efforts to take on campus-wide mental health issues.
Students raised their voices in poetry, song and stories all in the name of mental health promotion last night. Step Forward, an event sponsored by Active Minds, To Write Love On Her Arms and the First Year Experience featured performances by Spit That! and IC Voicestream from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in IC Square.