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Frogs for Wellness looking to expand peer education program

Frogs for Wellness looking to expand peer education program

By Kate RedfieldPublished April 6, 2018

Frogs for Wellness Peer Educator applications are live. A wellness center peer educator position is a university recognized leadership role that formed from a desire for student-to-student mentorship...

The event will be held in April at the Counseling and Mental Health Center. 
Credit: www.counseling.tcu.edu

‘Keep Calm and Stress Less’ aims to teach students how to navigate their anxiety

By Brittany KaskoPublished April 5, 2018

Many American college students often feel overwhelmed with stress and anxiety. According to the Future of Personal Health, 40 to 60 percent of college students suffer from anxiety and feel it interferes...

Katie Willcox came to TCU to promote her book “Healthy is the New Skinny” and to talk about body image in the age of media manipulation. (Photo courtesy of Katie Willcox)

Model pushes for female empowerment through new book: ‘Healthy is the New Skinny’

By Michelle CarterPublished March 28, 2018

Tan. Clear skin. Tall. Thin. Long and wavy hair. Big lips. Big eyes. No wrinkles. Flawless makeup. No stretch marks. Manicured hands and feet. Petite noses. No love handles. This is how some TCU students...

Students walk past one of many Its on Us posters on campus. Photo taken Feb. 19 in Fort Worth, Texas by Cristian ArguetaSoto.

‘It’s on Us’ eyes changes in campus involvement in sexual assault prevention

By Robbie VaglioPublished February 23, 2018

The Student Government Association focused this week to help prevent sexual assault and violence on campus. Two years ago, the SGA changed the name of their sexual assault prevention campaign from "Not...

Pictured; Sarah and Abbey Goldberg. Photo courtesy of Sarah Goldberg.

TCU looking to expand suicide prevention and awareness campaign

By Grace AmissPublished February 8, 2018

It's been five years since Sarah Goldberg's younger sister Abby took her life - she was 13 at the time.  “At a certain point you have to move on,” Goldberg said. “Your life continues and...

Photo courtesy of Carly Spalt

TCU works to alleviate stress through meditation groups

By Grace AmissPublished February 4, 2018

Stress and college are two words that seem to go hand in hand. “why are u always so stressed?” first of all, i stress about stress before there’s even stress to stress about —  (@UwanaE)...

Tunnel of Oppression shows students scenes of suffering

Tunnel of Oppression shows students scenes of suffering

By Taylor BoserPublished January 31, 2018

Which one would you choose: An SMU Mustang or a Baylor Bear? Whatever you pick is how you will be labeled for the rest of your life. This decision students had to make was part of an activity during...

The Let’s Talk program starts a new conversation about mental health at TCU

The ‘Let’s Talk’ program starts a new conversation about mental health at TCU

By Corinne HildebrandtPublished December 14, 2017

A challenge to make a difference at TCU may change the campus conversation on mental health. “Let’s Talk,” a program designed to remove the stigmas centered around formal counseling was introduced...

The Counseling and Mental Health Center provide a variety of professional services including counseling, medication management, consultation, and referrals. Services are available to all current TCU students.

Rising number of students reporting mental health issues

By Abbey Block and Abbey BlockPublished November 14, 2017

In the spring semester of his first year at TCU, a student who chose to remain anonymous purposely stepped into oncoming traffic. The student was drunk and had felt depressed for months. He hadn’t planned...

SGA establishes Random Acts of Kindness Day to remind students of their impact on each other

SGA establishes Random Acts of Kindness Day to remind students of their impact on each other

By Shelby Kitson and Mariana RivasPublished November 13, 2017

The Student Government Association (SGA) passed a bill enacting that today, Nov. 13, be Random Acts of Kindness Day at TCU this semester. Set around the same time as the SGA mental health awareness...

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