Senior Charlie Grant writes a letter to the Daily Campus to celebrate being six months sober.
The COVID-19 pandemic sparked conversation about college students’ mental health. SMU students Meredith Lloyd and Sydney Castle started an If You’re Reading This organization chapter on campus to provide a platform for students to share about mental health struggles and support each other .
Users of the popular course-building website have been receiving unusual push notifications from its founder, who appears to have taken to social media to campaign for mental health awareness on college campuses.
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Eat, Sleep, Row, Repeat. That’s how Reagan Spence would describe her typical day. The SMU Women’s rowing team athlete’s morning starts early with 5 a.m. weights and ends late with … Read More
An SMU student shares their journey fighting self-harm and suicidal thoughts.
Watch what inspired the SMU Film Department students to produce “Smile,” SMU’s 2021 summer feature film.
SMU Student Senate passed a bill calling for mental health days to be incorporated into the spring academic calendar. Student senators Adam Czarnik, Ana Paula Llenas, and Taylor Hipp wrote the legislation and make its case.
In April, after classes shifted online, chemistry and health and society major Corinne Gibson, was in a car accident just outside Memphis. She wound up in a hospital with a … Read More
SMU Counseling offers services for students dealing with mental health issues.