A round table of Diamondback staff discuss mental health during the pandemic and the ways they’ve been coping.
In a survey last semester, 82 percent of undergraduate students said the pandemic had negatively impacted their mental health.
Dr. Chetan Joshi shared the proposal at an RHA Senate meeting.
"Their sport is always going to be their protective factor and their stressor,” said Parker Tims, a licensed clinical professional counselor for the University of Maryland.
A few days off, as a treat.
It'll take place starting February 22, and it's aimed at informing students about eating disorders and teaching them how to talk about them with loved ones.
"The student body as a whole is just really struggling," said junior criminology and criminal justice and economics major Kayleigh Hasson.
The university plans to hire a full-time psychologist and CARE to Stop Violence coordinator this semester.
The survey was released last month.