Mental health

Mental health survey is a positive way to reach out

Though providing preemptive resources for incoming students is a great step towards shedding light on the serious issue of mental health on campus, the efforts can’t stop there.Continue...

My invisible friend ED

Let’s get one thing straight — eating disorders aren’t diets.Continue...

Stepping away from campus

"Mom, I need to come home.”Continue...

Academic accommodations aren't academic advantages

As an educator employed at a university, Professor Bruce Pardy has an unusual attitude towards student success. It’s one based on survival of the fittest, or in this case, survival of the those without disabilities.Continue...

Four simple ways to take care of your mental health

From my experiences, the stresses of being a university student will most likely take a toll on your mental health. To be the best version of yourself, it’s important to make your well-being a priority.Continue...

Shared Perspectives publication summarizes progress in Canadian students’ mental health

On August 1, the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations released Shared Perspectives, a report that discusses recent advancements in student mental health services across the country.Continue...

Diary of a frazzled frosh

I remember arriving at Queen’s with painful clarity.Continue...

David Walker receives Padre Laverty Award for contributions

On June 1st, the Queen’s University Alumni Association awarded David Walker with its highest honour.Continue...

Stepped mental health care model needs more thought

A proposal to use a ‘stepped care’ model for mental health services on campuses is well intentioned, but has some serious pitfalls for those in immediate distress.Continue...

Collective Reflections breaks down barriers

While the weather was hinting towards spring, the Tea Room also took last Wednesday to give a reminder of positive things ahead.Continue...

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