Life is crazy, and you are doing amazing. You deserve a treat.
To the window, to the wall, till masturbation is destigmatized for all.
“There is no one I know who has a more well-rounded sense of failure than I. And, dear reader, I am not nearly as ashamed of it as I know I should be.”
“What is this awful feeling that seems to plague our campus? Good old-fashioned, all-American, soul-sucking burnout.”
You can do it all — just maybe not at the same time.
“There wasn’t anyone at the front desk. There wasn’t anyone making sure we were okay. We felt really alone.”
Learn how students can recognize stress and make it work for them this semester.
College students feel the stress of the semester increasing as finals week approaches. Several outlets, including challenges held by PAWS and HRC resources, can help students cope with stress.
According to Butler students, being busy is a status symbol. Students are taking on multiple leadership positions and extracurricular activities. Junior Katie Palmer is involved with conferences and special events, has an internship with Butler athletics, has a virtual internship with the state department, is the president of the class of 2014, serves as academic…
Stress-—the word is frequently used this time of year. But there’s more to it than its existence between now and break. Stress can have a major impact on the body and mind, according to health experts at the Health and Recreation Complex. Mindy Wallpe, HRC staff psychologist, said stress-management techniques are key to a student’s…