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Category: Mental Health

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An Open Letter: Feeling Like a Fraud

Written by Hector Osegueda.  Graphic by Peyton Cabaniss.  It’s common to find oneself struggling with the persistent and pervasive feeling of being a fraud. Under the impression that any accomplishment is tantamount to sheer luck, and faced with the fear of inevitable exposure of being a phony, many are left to worry that they exist in a place they don’t […]

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Words We Need

Written by Kate Diller Graphic by Peyton Cabaniss Showing yourself kindness, while empowering, is shockingly difficult. You’d think it would be easy, we’re kind to others every day. So why is it that we can’t apply that to ourselves? I think about this almost every day. It’s something I really struggle with, even as I preach to my friends about […]

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Mental Illness: Fighting the Stigma

Written by Dila Sarikaya. Graphic by Peyton Cabaniss.   **mental health trigger warning**   The first week of October is known as Mental Illness Awareness Week, which was established by Congress in 1990. However, mental illness — and the stigmas that come with it — have been around for decades and continue to exist today. During Mental Illness Awareness Week, […]

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Work Beyond the Classroom

Written by Christina Lopez. Graphic by Peyton Cabaniss.   It takes planning, persistence, and prioritization. As college tuition costs skyrocket, more full-time students are taking on jobs to finance their college experience. According to CNBC, a 2015 study from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce found that in the past 25 years, over 70 percent of college students […]

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Long-term Mental Health Care at the University of Texas

Written by Shae Carey.  In January, the University of Texas stopped charging the usual fee of ten dollars per session at the Counseling and Mental Health Center. The Counseling and Mental Health Center, located in the Student Services Building, provides students with psychological and psychiatric treatment. Dr. Marla Craig, Associate Director of Clinical Services, says that the fee “is subsidized by […]

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5 Behaviors That May Trigger Those in Recovery From an Eating Disorder

Written by Chloe Kersh.  Though eating disorders are visibly connected to body weight, recovery from these mental illnesses is an invisible process. Maintenance of a “healthy” weight and a return to “normal” eating habits are the ostensible signs of recovery, but it is cognition that drives change. Despite the internal nature of recovery, external stimuli, such as the words and […]