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Colorado State University student uses Canvas to check homework assignments. Photo Illustration. (Collegian | Clara Scholtz)

Leibee: Productivity shouldn’t hinder your health

Katrina Leibee October 9, 2019

Editor’s Note: All opinion section content reflects the views of the individual author only and does not represent a stance taken by The Collegian or its editorial board. A few weeks ago, on top of...

Breakfast burrito and hash browns at the Urban Egg. Photo by Brianna Nash

Thompson: For the sake of midterms, fix your morning routine

Madison Thompson October 8, 2019

Editor’s Note: All opinion section content reflects the views of the individual author only and does not represent a stance taken by The Collegian or its editorial board. Meditation, exercise, catching...

Mental health throughout the school year can vary by student and problems seem to arise more frequently near midterms. According to Manager of Mental Health Initiatives of the CSU Health Network Janelle Patrias, “The broader trend is that we’re seeing increasing rates across the board among students in higher ed…” and that “…the stress really follows the academic calendar.” (Matt Tackett | Collegian)

CSU professionals advise preserving mental health in midterm season

Laura Studley March 26, 2019

Midterm season is here Rams. Mental health has fallen to the wayside, and taking its place are sleep deprivation, stress, anxiety and depression. The academic calendar gives rise to student stress as...

Colleen McAnallen (left) and Kasey Brosheit (right) spend the last day of Spring Break studying and preparing for the last half of the semester. After a week of tranquility Fort Collins again becomes the bustling center of CSU.

5 ways to survive midterms this spooky season

Miranda Moses October 7, 2018

It’s fall, which means people are looking cute in scarves, and soup is an acceptable meal for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Unfortunately, the change in season is also a signal for the spookiest part...

The Morgan Library (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

Seriously: CSU student finds peace and quiet in the Morgan Library

Julia Trowbridge March 31, 2018

In a study space filled with loud and rambunctious students pretending to study for exams, a Colorado State University student has finally found some goddamn peace and quiet. After three hours of relentless...

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