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January 19, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Dior Vargas speaks at IC about mental health stigmas

By | Oct 2, 2016

Dior Vargas, a Latina, feminist mental-health advocate, spoke at Ithaca College on Sept. 28 at the invitation of PODER, an IC Latino organization.

The Happiness Project: Who makes you feel happy?

By The Ithacan | Sep 25, 2016

“The Happiness Project” engages the Ithaca College community with questions about happiness.

The Happiness Project: Do you feel happy?

By The Ithacan | Sep 9, 2016

“The Happiness Project” engages the Ithaca College community with questions about happiness.

For Black Women Like Me – Mental Health, Part 4

By The Ithacan | May 11, 2016

Ithaca College senior Courtney shares her story to grow confidence in her gender and racial identity.

Commentary: CAPS is still not ‘ready’

By | Apr 20, 2016

While IC has made progress in acknowledging the importance of mental health care on campus, it absolutely does not mean that CAPS has the funding and staff it needs to help the students who need it.

Letter to the Editor: Trigger warnings are necessary

By | Apr 18, 2016

If triggers were just “oh, I’m uncomfortable,” it wouldn’t be a big deal. But they don’t work like that.

IC Color Week celebrates diversity on campus

By | Apr 17, 2016

A weeklong series of events called IC Color will celebrate the spectrum of identities that make up the Ithaca College campus.

Prioritizing Self-Care Over Productivity

By | Mar 30, 2016

Hello there blog,

How’s it going?

Ithaca College group hosts event exploring mental health

By | Mar 27, 2016

“I think, even though we’ve come a long way, even in places like Ithaca College, where we’re very liberal and we are very open-minded to a lot of ideas, mental illness is still considered taboo, and there’s still a large stigma surrounding it that prevents people from being open to talking about it,” he said. “I think if we get the conversation going, it might spread.”

Those Funny Feelings – Mental Health, Part 3

By The Ithacan | Mar 25, 2016

Junior Matt Hirsch uses stand-up comedy as a method for sharing his experience with mental illnesses.

We All Have Something – Mental Health, Part 2

By The Ithacan | Feb 20, 2016

For six years, Ithaca College student Molly struggled with an eating disorder, depression and obsessive compulsive disorder.
She shares how her recovery process has inspired her to take active roles in the college community.

Trigger warnings should not be used as they prevent growth

By | Dec 2, 2015

Trigger warnings prevent open dialogue, an important part of education on a college campus.