Today, the conversation about mental health is still something many consider taboo. When we talk about health, we can’t just focus on our physical health. We have to see the whole person and utilize both our mind and body in order to reach our full potential on a daily basis. I’ve been going to therapy for almost eight months now, and I’ve seen my perspective on life change drastically and I know that I have improved my quality of life.
Welcome to our fourth installment of Hello I'm...
This time, we’ll be sending your questions about Asexuality to a local Cogswell Ace. FYI someone who is Asexual lacks sexual attraction to others, or may have low or absent interest in or desire for sexual activity.
In September of 2017, Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) laid out 1,100 backpacks on their campus. The display represented a serious issue in the United States: college students’ mental health and suicide rates.
In 2008, Daniel Petric stole his father’s handgun and opened fire on both his parents for forbidding him from playing Halo 3. Petric would became the prime example for movements that seek to demonize video game, painting a harsh picture of gamers in society.
Cogswell alumnus Andrew Dilullo gives seven tips for students seeking a creative trade.
Biological sex and gender identity are two different things. While some may believe that gender and sex mean the same thing, the two are different because they reflect different aspects of a person. Sex refers to the biological difference between male and female structures, whereas gender refers to one’s presentation and projection of identity in society.
#MeToo was originally a movement meant to help young women of color who had survived sexual abuse, assault, and exploitation. Founded by activist Tarana Burke more than a decade ago, the movement was designed to show the world how many survivor-victims have been affected by sexual abuse worldwide. Through a hashtag, this movement took social media by storm for the world to witness.
To help facilitate a safe, respectful dialogue on our close-knit campus, The Cogswell Chronicle has collected anonymous submissions from survivors willing to share their stories.
The answer is not that simple; nothing in “the happiest place on earth” is simple.