As SMU prepares for the spring semester, the Faculty Senate surveyed 582 faculty members to look at how the lack of breaks during the fall affected campus mental health.
Service dogs have the power to change a person’s life.
Hi, How Are You brings bands from all over the country for a concert celebrating and challenging the conversations around mental health.
We all need some zen in our life.
The power of the pup has proven to mean more than just a mans best friend, especially for students on campus. Not all therapists dress the same, look the same, or even speak the same. For some, a simple bark is all they need.
SMU Health Center speaks about social media addiction and mental health.
By Kimi Rose “I didn’t understand what was happening to me, why I never felt happy, and why I was so exhausted all the time.” Gianna Rizzo has struggled with … Read More
The Daily Campus investigates available mental health resources at SMU.
As doctors hop on the holistic bandwagon, those suffering from depression run the risk of taking bad, life-threatening advice.
Active Minds, a new on-campus organization hosted ‘Send Silence Packing’ on Oct. 6 from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. at the main quad.