Sexual assault policy changes imminent

Emily Bell, Nicole Brown, and Casey Dalrymple

September 25, 2014

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The university will announce new sexual misconduct policies on Sept. 30 that will include redefining consent, increased support services through the newly formed Center for Sexual Misconduct Support Services, a centralized disciplinary... Read more »

Guide to common mental health conditions

Emily Bell and Hannah Treasure

September 25, 2014

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Eating Disorders What are some identifying signs? ... Read more »

University suicide response examined through the years

Valentina Duque Bojanini, News Editor

September 25, 2014

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When walking into the atrium of Bobst Library, the history of NYU's struggle with student deaths is inescapable. The golden, cage-like panels that cover the interior of the 12-story building were installed in 2012 to prevent students... Read more »

Common causes of anxiety, tips on how to alleviate them

Dana Reszutek, Managing Editor

September 25, 2014

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Approximately 40 million Americans experience anxious feelings, many of whom include college students. In such a fast-paced environment it is unsurprising that students often feel overwhelmed. Here... Read more »

Top drug myths debunked

Bryna Shuman, Assistant Managing Editor

September 25, 2014

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Despite educational programs like Drug Abuse Resistance Education and AlcoholEdu, there is still confusion surrounding drug use. Health flyers sometimes contradict what we hear from our friends or... Read more »

Psychedelic drugs

Bryna Shuman, Assistant Managing Editor

September 25, 2014

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Psychedelic drugs function by distorting the drug user’s sense of reality. This can happen by producing sensations, including images and sounds that do not exist. For some, this experience is pleasurable,... Read more »