The Thing You Want to Leave in 2020: Hyper-productivity

Written By Mili Dhru, Contributing Writer 1/20/2021 It is hard to imagine a world before 2020 — a time time when the concept of social distancing was practically unheard of and wearing face masks in public spaces would provoke an exchange of suspicious glances from passersby. When word of the pandemic first started making internationalContinue reading “The Thing You Want to Leave in 2020: Hyper-productivity”

Let Me Help You! Effective Strategies for Coping with Stress & Anxiety

Written By Miracle Hawkins, Contributing Writer 1/16/2021 Stigma surrounding mental illness is slowly being dismantled and conversations surrounding mental health are becoming less taboo and more mainstream. Coping strategies and self-care have always been very popular concepts in the therapy and counseling world. Today, these concepts are being promoted more often and not just duringContinue reading “Let Me Help You! Effective Strategies for Coping with Stress & Anxiety”

Tips and Tools to Thrive in Public Speaking

Written by Raquel Nixon, Contributing Writer 1/15/2021 The fear of public speaking, also called glossophobia, is the number one most common social fear in America (uiowacounseling, 2021). Just the thought of getting up to speak in front of a group of people is enough to make most quiver. Few people may thrive in the spotlight,Continue reading “Tips and Tools to Thrive in Public Speaking”

Is This Really Happening? Entering the Job Market During a Pandemic

Written by Madalyn Brown, Contributing Writer 1/12/2021 Unfortunately, the workplace is competitive regardless of the field, and that was before a global pandemic.  But for many of us undergraduate students, living during an unprecedented pandemic, we aren’t completely sure how this will affect our ability to find jobs that suit us well.   Additionally, thereContinue reading “Is This Really Happening? Entering the Job Market During a Pandemic”

Panic Disorder: What It Is & What to Do

Written By Mili Dhru, Contributing Writer 1/5/2021 Every year, approximately 11% of Americans experience panic attacks. These sudden episodes of fleeting but frightening feelings are typically triggered by non-threatening and harmless situations but can cause a series of strong physiological and psychological reactions (Cleveland Clinic, 2020). People who experience panic attacks that occur frequently andContinue reading “Panic Disorder: What It Is & What to Do”

10 Ways to Cope with Video Conference Anxiety

Written by Miracle Hawkins, Contributing Writer 12/29/2020 Starting in March of 2020, the CDC began recommending that Americans practice “social distancing” to maintain safety in the community. Shortly after, these recommendations turned mandatory as Coronavirus cases spiked all around the world. As a result of this, many businesses and organizations had to find new waysContinue reading “10 Ways to Cope with Video Conference Anxiety”

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