“As a young woman, college has taught me that men have a lot more audacity than I previously thought possible. Who knew that I could get criticized on almost every aspect of my life by someone who is not living it?”
To ghost or not to ghost
“If a person isn’t prepared to have difficult or uncomfortable conversations, they have no business getting into relationships where they could hurt other people.”
Behind a smile: Mental well-being hides in the spotlight
Celebrity suicides show the disconnect between outward appearance and mental state.
Sharing the stage with mental health
Celebrities are sharing mental health stories and creating platforms to support those who may be struggling with mental health.
CCS Safe Space and Campus Connect: Life-saving resources
Butler University’s Counseling and Consultation Services offer suicide prevention and LGBTQ+ allyship training for staff and students every semester
Let’s kill the grindset
We all know that taking some time for yourself to watch a little Netflix or take a walk with your friends is not single-handedly going to make you flunk out of college. Yet, why do we all act as it if will?
Self-care September: A mental health refresh
Resources can be found at CCS and through SGA to improve their mental health and self-care routines.
Back to school rush: Easing anxiety about the school year
Trusting yourself will help a lot in deciding what is right for you, what people to spend time with and what you want your college experience to be.
Tattoo Tales: Gia Flynn
First-year Gia Flynn already has eight tattoos, and she plans on getting 22 by the time of her 22nd birthday.
Butler to utilize new mental health platform
Based in Indianapolis, Preventia takes a holistic approach to well-being.