The event's panelists discussed coping mechanisms and ways to talk about eating disorders with loved ones.
The panelists encouraged students to maintain schedules that included going outside, taking walks and disengaging from the news.
It's the first school district in the country to approve a public-private partnership.
Latinx student leaders worked with SGA over the past month to improve their partnership.
Panelists spoke about how they have worked to integrate Native history and culture into their respective universities.
Student leaders who are members of this community cheered the group's creation.
Pines also defended the university’s decision to move forward with blended learning.
The 23 positive cases at Denton Hall alarmed some members.
The event was supposed to be held this month.
This was Pines' first official address to the Senate.