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July 10, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

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.

Worrying can actually benefit overall mental health

By | Nov 11, 2015

Low levels of anxiety that come with worrying can boost your cortisol just enough that it is beneficial to your overall state.

Q&A: CAPS hires new employee to meet counseling demands

By | Nov 4, 2015

After a push by the Faculty Council, Student Government Association and the student-organized #getCAPSready campaign, the Ithaca College Center for Counseling and Psychological Services hired an additional postdoctoral resident Oct.

Stigma surrounding mental illness needs to be eliminated

By | Oct 7, 2015

It is exasperating, sometimes, that we need specified days to remind us to take action to prevent hurting other human beings.

Let’s Talk About Activist Burnout

By | Jul 28, 2015

Hi there, blog. Do you remember me?

Dear Ithaca College, You need to #GetCAPSReady

By | Mar 30, 2015

Fall semester started out great. I was a new RA.

Editorial: More funding for counseling services is necessary

By The Ithacan | Dec 10, 2014

The Office of Counseling and Wellness has been receiving an overwhelming number of students needing services.

Myers-Briggs personality test should be treated as a novelty

By The Ithacan | Dec 2, 2014

The popular Myers-Briggs personality test is not as accurate as it is marketed to be.

IC Active Minds exhibits campus secrets in new mental health initiative

By | Nov 19, 2014

Ithaca College’s secrets will be exhibited in of an art exhibit, as part of the mental health program PostSecretU.

Syracuse University students protest administrative changes

By | Nov 12, 2014

Over 300 students from more than 50 student organizations at Syracuse University have joined together to protest a range of administrative actions.

Professors need to address mental health clause in syllabuses

By The Ithacan | Oct 27, 2014

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.