Content warning: This piece deals with issues of mental health and suicide.
Amid a series of student deaths at Columbia in the past year, two distinct groups have proven to be disproportionately at risk for suicide: students of color and international students....
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Administrators have been receptive to the Student Wellness Project's Wellness Summit Report, Wilfred Chan, CC '13 and the group's founder, said.
The Student Wellness Project sent a report to Columbia College Dean James Valentini on Monday that outlines three recommendations for improving wellness at Columbia....
Updated: April 1, 2016 at 10:23 a.m.
Following years of gradual increases in mental health awareness on campus, students successfully petitioned for administrators to improve Counseling and Psychological Services this year by restructuring its appointment notification system and expanding resources for students of color, transgender students, and veterans....
At first ever general body meeting, RHLO presents proposals to improve Counseling and Psychological Services
Residence Hall Leadership Organization held its first-ever general body this Tuesday, during which it discussed its new partnership with Counseling and Psychological Services and upcoming events....
Desperately missing your pet now that the cold winter months are upon us? Considering adopting an emotional support animal? Considering it now that I've mentioned it? Think about it again, then think about it even harder....