Friday, December 2, 2022

Tag: mental health

Parking permit and residence costs face hike

Campus Council has passed a motion to increase residence and parking permit fees for the 2016/17 academic year. In the third Campus Council meeting of...

Rage against the dying of the light

Following up on the story on trigger warnings and letters to the editor on mental health last week and this week, it seems that...

Trigger warnings in the classroom

I want to talk for a moment about trigger warnings. Now, the article published last week in The Medium had some pretty good points...

UTM talks mental health

The Department of Student Housing and Residence Life participated in Bell Let’s Talk Day, a yearly initiative hosted nationwide to raise money and encourage...

The fight to understand the crisis

Dear editor, The Star ran an article a week ago on Navi Dhanota, saying that she’d “won” her “mental health fight”. That fight was the...

Code 9—what’s your first response?

Whenever Kirsti Haaka has nightmares, she can rely on the aid of her service dog Patty to bring her back to reality. Haaka, a...

The science behind healthy active living

If your only physical activity is running through the six with your woes, or the only marathon you’ve ever finished involves a Netflix account,...

24-hour wait times for students in crisis

Among the next steps for the growth of residence counselling are services offered in international languages and a new social work intern, mentioned at...

Taking care of students’ wellbeing

As the end of the semester approaches, the library’s silent study zones are not the only place on campus experiencing increased student traffic. A...

Gertler talks election, UTS, and Boundless campaign

The U of T Governing Council met on Thursday to discuss federal election results, fundraising campaign goals, and the university ombudsperson’s report, among other...

The rise of public shaming on the Internet

#Activism. Not familiar with the term? Try and recall #HeforShe, #Yesallwomen or #Bringbackourgirls. Leading to some of the most powerful social media movements of...

XAO challenges privilege, supports black lives

A panel called “Black Lives Matter” addressed how black people are treated at U of T on Friday. The panel, part of the month-long eXpression...

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