University President Michael Drake sent students an email Friday outlining Ohio State’s new mental health task force, namely its purpose in determining what university services are doing well and what services can improve. Drake included in his message that in the past two years, Counseling ...Read More »
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Even on a campus of more than 50,000 people, students can feel alone. That’s OK to say; but fellow students want them to know that feeling truly isn’t the case. Student organizations Peers Reaching Out and Buckeye Campaign Against Suicide collaborated with Ohio State’s Suicide ...Read More »
It’s not always easy to reach out when you’re struggling with mental health. But there is support out there, and on Thursday, Buckeyes Campaign Against Suicide sought to highlight the network that exists on campus and across Columbus by hosting RUOK? Day. Held in the ...Read More »
Are you OK? An Ohio State initiative is bringing the simple yet transformative question to life at a campus event Thursday, with the intention of addressing and erasing the negative stigma that surrounds mental health. The annual RUOK? Day will take place Thursday in the ...Read More »
Madison Holleran’s life ended short, but Kate Fagan wrote a story, then a book, because she wanted to start an honest conversation about the struggles Holleran faced — struggles from social media pressure and the transition to college. Fagan, a columnist for ESPN, came to ...Read More »
All Jokes Aside: After Ohio State buys iPads for all freshmen, can the university fix its mental health services?
Ricky Mulvey and Seth Shanley are members of the Buckeye Standup Comedy Club and joke-loving columnists for The Lantern. Mulvey is a fourth-year in finance and Shanley is a second-year in journalism. Ohio State is spending big money on critically important projects: iPads for incoming ...Read More »