Self-injury can manifest in varying methods and intensity

When dealing with overwhelming stress, students sometimes turn to self-destructive behaviors, such as drinking, smoking or drugs. Some habits are more subtle than others,...

Soul Café showcases diversity of student talent

The University Program Board (UPB) and NAACP at SRU presented music, poetry, and more in the University Union Multi-Purpose Room (MPR) Wednesday evening at the Soul Café. SRU students...

“Stealth Health” a key to a good life

Sunk into a computer chair or couch, eating greasy food, drinking sugary beverages; what's the problem here? The problem is that for some Americans, this...

The Grey: Film action packed but too predictable

Liam Neeson is an actor known for playing big parts in movies that make a name for him in all suspects of action. He uses this...

Health Center staff: “Avoid energy drinks”

Whether it's staying out and partying on a school night or cramming for that final exam, the all-nighter is a longstanding tradition of college culture. While coffee...

Living with “tanorexia”: Tanning can lead to addiction symptoms

The spring semester has begun. Spring conjures up images of fresh leaves on the trees, fun in the sun after a long winter, putting...

Weather a common cause of depression

Some students may find themselves experiencing overwhelming feelings regarding their schedules and the cold weather. This concept can lead to a type of depression...

Student’s love of outdoors and winter sports leads to enjoyment of snow removal job

While some students his age may find themselves dreaming of various hopes and desires, junior management major Scott McGinnis dreaming of snow. McGinn, 21, said he...
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