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Coping with stress and depression in college

Coping with stress and depression in college

Isabel De Honor,
Contributor

January 24, 2018


Filed under Opinion

College: what some may say will be the best four years of your life. These are the years you’re supposed to enjoy life to the fullest, experience new things and find your true self. I bombarded myself with new experiences and attempted to stray out of my comfort zone my freshman year. I met new ...

Did you know CSUEB offers massage therapy?

Did you know CSUEB offers massage therapy?

Jocelyn Jensen,
Contributor

January 10, 2018


Filed under Campus, Showcase

Finals week perfect time to destress I filled out a questionnaire, checked in for my Nov. 6 massage appointment, entered a brightly-lit room and disrobed. I put on the open back gown and laid under a sheet on top of a massage table. As instrumental music played in the background, certified massage therap...

DeStress-Fest relieves CSUEB students’ tension over the holidays

DeStress-Fest relieves CSUEB students’ tension over the holidays

Sean McVannel,
Contributor

January 10, 2018


Filed under Campus

  The holiday season often marks the beginning of a stress-filled marathon that lasts until the new year. Overeating, gift giving, and extended stays with the in-laws drum up those familiar feelings that can leave both your wallet and your mental gas tank empty. The Recreation and Wellness Center on the Ca...

Pause for Paws aims to make exam season less “ruff”

Pause for Paws aims to make exam season less “ruff”

Britney Yarbrough,
Contributor

November 16, 2017


Filed under Arts & Life

Therapy dogs can relieve student stress and promote mental health On Oct. 18, volunteers from the Valley Humane Society brought their certified therapy dogs to the Library courtyard on Hayward’s Cal State East Bay campus, where they spent a few hours just hanging out. During this “Pause for Paws...

My quarter-life crisis

My quarter-life crisis

Michelle Johnson,
Contributor

February 8, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

After five and half years of taking classes, I will finally graduate from college in June. I’m excited, and I can see the finish line as I complete this chapter in my life. However, despite my excitement, I’m also stressed, anxious and uncertain of what’s to come for me. On June 10, I will jo...

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