Quarantine health isn’t all physical Reply

By Katie Peters and Holly FeolaArts Editor and News Editor

Quarantine can make it difficult to access mental health resources. In a time when it’s important to be there for people who need it, in-person support isn’t always an option. The lack of face-to-face interactions with a support system may leave people feeling isolated. Many people have turned to the internet for help. 

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Health initiative positively affects mental health 1

By Megan Palumbo – Sports Editor 

When members of the Lasell community were introduced to the Lasell Health Initiative last fall, thoughts of staying active with exercise classes may have ran through their heads. In a more broad sense, the initiative could be thought about as living a healthier lifestyle and taking care of their bodies physically. The Health Initiative is much more than improving fitness. These exercise classes can also be looked at to improve mental health, especially for college students.  More…

Mental health recognized on campus Reply

By Aimee Forman – 1851 Staff 

When I was 14 years old, I was diagnosed with type 1 Bipolar disorder while being hospitalized for self-infliction. Being bipolar has made life difficult, but has also truly made me the strong, inspired, person I am. It took time to establish some peace, but with the help from my family, friends, therapists, doctors, and teachers/professors, I have been able to make a stable life for myself while studying at Lasell. More…