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Your mental health still matters

Gauri Raje, Contributing Writer January 26, 2021

2020 was a curveball; an outlier that caught everyone by surprise. The year, meant to mark the beginning of a new decade, turned into the year everything came to an abrupt halt as everyone tried to adjust...

Online therapy available for students

Online therapy available for students

Jada Teague October 9, 2019

UTSA is introducing Therapy Assistance Online (TAO), an online therapy program developed to address matters related to depression, anxiety and other issues students commonly experience. This program is...

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Professor explores mental health among college students

Ryan Houston-Dial November 15, 2018

According to the American College Health Association (ACHA), college students are showing a significant rise in diagnosed mental health conditions, increasing the possibility of hindering academic success....

We’re allowed to feel overwhelmed

Leah Feneley September 27, 2017

My alarm goes off at the same time every morning. I am prepared to stop it without hesitation. I spent the entire night just thinking, worrying. Nothing is wrong, but nothing is right either. I am so...

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National Recovery Month: Addiction and recovery

David Wenske September 20, 2017

Addiction comes in various forms, but it does not discount the importance of recovery for the affected students. Although the Center for Collegiate Recovery’s (CCR) membership has remained relatively...

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Study finds that 75% of incidents of sexual misconduct go unreported among UTSA students

Isaac Serna April 5, 2017

In Texas alone, two of five women and one of five men are affected by sexual assault each year. In an effort to protect students and prevent these crimes from occurring, 13 of the UT System’s 14 institutions,...

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