Maintaining relationships requires effort from all sides, and it’s crucial to remember that staying connected is a shared responsibility.
“Self-care” is often limited to its consumerist contexts and is stigmatized when expanded to include mental health accommodations that challenge existing structures and norms.
It’s normal to feel overwhelmed. Use this year to learn to adjust to change.
With progressively inclement weather and new mutations of COVID-19, opportunities for Washington University students to safely socialize are becoming increasingly limited.
That’s why we ask that the Washington University community starts this spring with an important goal in mind—to remain empathetic.
You’ll have your memories, and you’ll have some good ones, but maybe you’ll wish you had more.
To combat some of the unwanted feelings that accompany finals near the holidays, the Student Life Editorial Board members share their tips and ideas on how to get through this finals season.
The members of the Student Life Editorial Board share their methods on how to de-stress safely during this fall.
“Time after time, I see people pushing the idea that if you’re not spending your time at home taking on some new project, you’re wasting it.”
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