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Mental Health Decline Linked to Social Media

Mental Health Decline Linked to Social Media

Zack Higgins, Impact Staff April 19, 2023

Social media and the rise of different social media applications have been linked to declining levels of mental health in all adults. Mass General Brigham McLean recently brought forward an article...

The Zone Is Here For Your Well Being

The Zone Is Here For Your Well Being

Zack Higgins, Impact Staff September 30, 2022

Ivan Tchatchouwo and Erik Poldroo arrived at Mercy College's Dobbs Ferry campus early this September to share a message about the struggles of mental health with the Maverick student-athletes and were...

An Imperfect Guide to Loving Yourself

An Imperfect Guide to Loving Yourself

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff October 19, 2018
It's okay to be sad, but it isn't to hate yourself. Here are some tips and resources that can help you.
Overdose with the Holy Ghost

“Overdose with the Holy Ghost”

Mikayla Newham, Staff Writer September 29, 2018

"I was diggin' me a hole big enough to bury my soul. Weight of the world, I gotta carry my own"- 2009, Swimming. His music wouldn't be the same if the lyrics didn't contain experiences of his mind altering...

My Invisible Pain

My Invisible Pain

Liv Meier, Associate Editor January 30, 2018
College life with fibromyaliga is difficult. Here's my story.
Depression In College Students Can Be More Than Stress

Depression In College Students Can Be More Than Stress

Liv Meier, Staff Writer November 1, 2017

It's difficulty getting out of bed in the morning and making it to class on time. It's not being able to sleep at night because your thoughts are so overwhelming. It's having your mind wander to far off...

Students Clear Their Heads At Fresh Check Day

Students Clear Their Heads At Fresh Check Day

Mark McCarthy, Staff Writer September 27, 2017
This year's Fresh Check Day had some four-legged guests
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