Mental health

Engineering Society wellness centre shuttered

The Engineering Wellness Centre closed permanently on Oct. 9 after almost four years of operation due to a lack of funding and support staff.Continue...

Student health is no less important than academic success

Every year, Queen’s welcomes thousands of eager-to-learn first-year students who worked extremely hard to get into this high-ranking institution. But the mentality that students must push themselves to get into Queen’s doesn’t stop after they’re accepted into their programs.Continue...

Universities must act now to prioritize mental health care

Universities often pride themselves on their strong communities and their dedication to their students.Continue...

Graduate peer support centre to open this month

The SGPS will open a new peer support centre for graduate students, according to the Society’s vice-president (Graduate), Leo Erlikhman.Continue...

“Telling someone how you’re feeling can be lifesaving”: Student talks mental health

Leah Emily Duff’s life at Queen’s started much like any other student.Continue...

AMS, SGPS introduce new mental health service

The AMS has partnered with the SGPS to bring a new mental health and counselling service to Queen’s students for the upcoming school year.Continue...

Overcoming inadequate feelings as a first-year student

One month into my first year at Queen’s, I wanted to drop out and go home. There wasn’t anything wrong with Queen’s. In fact, it was the opposite: there was something wrong with me—or so I told...Continue...

U of T mental health crisis can’t wait another day

This editorial mentions suicide and may be triggering for some readers. It shouldn’t take another youth suicide to reform the Ontario university mental health care system. Over the weekend...Continue...

Queen’s student talks mental health at Jack Summit

Queen’s student Grace Wedlake attended the annual Jack Summit to discuss mental health before a federal minister.Continue...

‘You don’t even have to think’: Eating disorders and varsity athletes

When Branna MacDougall realized what was happening, it was too late.

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