MADELINE RAINERI | News Editor Washing hands. Organizing spaces. Being terrified of germs. Did you think of obsessive-compulsive disorder? Most people do. It’s what we commonly portray OCD as in a society. And sure, everyone enjoys the […]
Jazmin del Angel | Reporter
October 30, 2015; 12:50 a.m.
Lindenwood’s chapter of the mental heath advocacy group hosted their first Star Party to inform students about mental health and astronomy. […]
Tyler Tousley | Opinions Editor
From Print [October 20, 2015] | Legacy
So far this year the U.S. has had 305 mass shootings. That number is astonishing within itself, but even more so when it is considered that we haven’t even had 300 days yet in 2015. This means we have had more than one shooting per day in this year alone.A lot of people want to turn these horrendous events into a conversation about gun control or mental health. That is not my intention. […]
Devin Durbin | Staff Reporter Published March 25, 2015; 2 p.m. The Lindenwood Speaker Series brought Jamie Tworkowski to speak about sobriety at the Anheuser-Busch Leadership Room in the Spellmann Center on Tuesday March 24. The […]
McKenzie Comfort | Contributing Writer
Posted May 6, 2014; 2:37 p.m.
May 1 marked the start of the 65th annual Mental Health Awareness Month. The month originally came about by presidential proclamation and aims to raise awareness about mental illnesses, such as depression, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. […]