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November is the Hairiest Month: Growing Facial Hair for Men’s Health

November 10, 2016

By Coral Nafziger Even if you're kind of over the whole mustache thing, there is something different about some of the 'staches you see around in November. Two organizations -- Movember and No-Shave November -- use growing facial hair as a way to raise money and awareness for men's health during th...

Will You Make it Out Alive? : The Adventure Builders Club organizes live games on campus

Will You Make it Out Alive? : The Adventure Builders Club organizes live games on campus

November 10, 2016

The Adventure Builders Club's reaper lurks in the dark waiting for their next unsuspecting victim Photo by Martin Musialczyk By Coral Nafziger This year everything went wrong for a pair of trick-or-treaters who found themselves locked in a serial killer’s house. The only way they managed to escap...

Shoreline’s Hiking Club takes on Rattlesnake Ridge

November 10, 2016

By Coral Nafziger Photo: Courtesy of SCC Hiking Club Thirty-seven members of SCC’s Hiking Club took a day trip to Rattlesnake Ridge on Saturday, Oct. 29. Despite a little rain, Aldrich Valerian, the president of the club, says it was a successful trip thanks to members coming prepared with rain coats. I...

Free Mental Health and Wellness Resources on Campus

November 10, 2016

By Coral Nafziger Spending time on self-care can be a proactive way to improve mental health. These services are offered for free on campus for students who are looking for ways to take care of themselves. Free Counseling Services In an appointment at the counseling center, a certified counselor wil...

Stigma-Free Mental Health: It’s OK if you aren’t OK

November 10, 2016

By Coral Nafziger Several years ago, I had myself committed to a psychiatric hospital because I was scared by how frequently I thought about killing myself. That was one of the bravest things I had ever done, but it is not something I can brag about. In fact, I often feel compelled to hide it. Wha...

Keeping the Gray Away: tips and tricks for managing Seasonal Affective Disorder

November 10, 2016

By Allegra Simpkins The winter months can be a wonderful time of the year. Most everybody is in the holiday spirit and there are plenty of fun events to be attended and festive movies to be watched. But for five percent of Americans, the winter months are far, far from a happy time. Seasonal Affective Disord...

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