Walk-in Counseling Services Available to Multicultural Students

College students can have many stressors–academics, relationships, depression, anxiety, and more. With the recent political changes to our country, there are new crises in the lives of our students with diverse and multicultural backgrounds. International students, especially those from countries highlighted in the recent executive orders, face tremendous uncertainty and confusion. Racism and fear are on the rise. Fortunately,… Read more »

Politics of Sexuality Panel October 26

What’s the power of your vote on issues related to sexual health and well-being? Do you have any? Locally? Nationally? Discover this and more at The Politics of Sexuality, a sexual health panel at the IMU Whittenberger Auditorium on Wednesday, October 26, from 6:00-7:30 p.m. Panelists will present and discuss a variety of sexual health topics designed… Read more »

Political Stress Reduction 101

Do the debates have your stomach tied in a knot? Tired of watching your friends argue on social media? Here are five tips for lowering political stress as Election Day approaches. Turn anxiety into action. Avoid just stewing about the other candidate(s). Instead, try to figure out ways you can act, like training to work at a polling location…. Read more »