January 29, 2013

Sleep Your Way to Good Health

While students may think that insufficient sleep is just par for the course when you’re in school, it can actually be a serious problem with effects that are linked to a number of health issues. […]

January 18, 2013

Help Protect the Pack This Flu Season, Get Vaccinated!

The flu has reached epidemic proportions in the US with 47 states still reporting widespread flu activity at this time. Given the nature of this situation, students are urged to make an appointment with Student […]

December 15, 2012

Bringing the Heat to a Winter Workout

As we head into the winter season, the motivation to stick to a workout routine may drop off right along with the temperature. Particularly for those that exercise outdoors or are heading home for the […]

December 9, 2012

Stress: Helpful or Harmful?

Meeting the demands of being a student can be very stressful, especially as the semester winds down and the holidays near. But contrary to popular belief, not all stress is bad. Stress can be a […]

November 7, 2012

Supporting the Transition from Military Life to College Life

Students experience many new and often challenging circumstances upon entering college for the first time. While this transition can be hard for anyone to make, those coming to college from the military may encounter some […]

October 23, 2012

Think Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is breast cancer awareness month and there is no better time to join the fight against the most common form of cancer found in women worldwide. Studies have found that 1 in 8 women […]

October 15, 2012

Food is Fuel, Don’t Let Your Body Run On Empty

There are certain elements unique to college life that can impact nutrition habits and cause students to lose sight of the benefits of eating healthfully. While students work tirelessly to balance their studies, work, family, […]

September 21, 2012

Risky Business: Alcohol and Sexual Assault on Campus

The majority of sexual assaults on campus involve alcohol consumption by either or both the victim and perpetrator, which puts female students at a much higher risk than the general population. While alcohol does not […]