Mental health

Hustle culture doesn’t make way for healthy habits

Hustle culture is a phenomenon that’s spread from the real world’s expectation of constant progress and success—a by-product of the American or Canadian dream—into the Internet, where it’s morphed and mutated and burst back out into the real world in a new, worse, form.Continue...

Asking for help shows strength, not weakness

Many university students seem to believe that asking for help is a sign of weakness. However, recognizing when you need support and having the courage to seek it out is actually a sign of strength and academic engagement.Continue...

Mental health and social media: good or bad?

Today’s rise in mental health awareness goes hand in hand with the widespread use of social media. With this rise of social media comes a questioning of its ethics.Continue...

Mental health services should not be ‘one-size-fits-all’

Over the last 10 years, there has been a growing awareness of the importance of mental health.Continue...

Queen’s professor discusses student engagement in provincial election

Kingston and the Islands MPP candidates have made the housing crisis, affordability, and living costs critical concerns this election.Continue...

‘You deserve them’: Patrick Deane extends holiday weekends for university employees

The University will be closed from May 20 to 23 and July 1 to 4 due to an extension in summer holiday weekends.Continue...

Queen’s uses new software for processing academic accommodations

Queen’s launched a new academic accommodations portal for students and faculty on May 2.Continue...

Maltby Centre discusses mental health service access for university students in Kingston

The Family Advisory Committee at the Maltby Centre is holding a free panel discussion to review and answer questions on the mental health services available for families and youth in the Kingston region.Continue...

How I rediscovered my purpose

I found the light at the end of the tunnel.Continue...

Let yourself enjoy university life—it’s an integral part of your growth

These days, many of us are hyperaware of the lives of friends and acquaintances we see online. The constant noise of everyone else’s activity can be overwhelming compared to our own lives—especially when we lose hours to scrolling on our screens.Continue...

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