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Mental Health Problems in College Freshmen

Paper Title:  Mental health problems in college freshmen: Prevalence and academic functioning

Authors: (a) Ronny Bruffaerts, (a) Philipe Mortier , (a) Glenn Kiekens, (b, c) Randy P. 719 more words


The End of the Beginning

I met some of the greatest people my first year of high school and grew very close to them. A lot of them were seniors so once the year ended they were all going off to college and we wouldn’t get to see each other as much. 1,347 more words


New To College, But Not To Music

This is an interview with freshman music major Dacari Crump. Crump recently passed his testing to be accepted as a Flute Performer/Music Education major in the music program. 22 more words


NF UNIT P2 Day 1

Day 1

Poem A Day:

You won’t have to ask, but go ahead: Ask the students how they “feel.”


Today begins the second bend of our Nonfiction unit. 357 more words


You Bullied Me Away. Are You Happy Now?

Originally Posted March 3rd, 2017

This is a story about a time not too long ago. It’s about my personal experience with being bullied in college and my subsequent struggle with mental health. 2,336 more words


Spring Outlook: Notre Dame's running backs, as few of them as there are

Notre Dame will open spring practice in about two weeks. As always, the proceedings will be filled with positive reviews, optimistic outlooks, and an injury or two. 519 more words

Depth Chart

Monday's Leftovers: Geography, as much as academics, caps Notre Dame's recruiting possibilites

A year ago, Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly acknowledged a practical ceiling on Irish recruiting efforts.

“Since I’ve been here, if you look at the average rankings, we’re anywhere from 5 to 15,” Kelly said on 2017’s National Signing Day, a day on which Notre Dame secured the No. 865 more words