UGA supports students through mental health programs following tragic loss

UGA supports students through mental health programs following tragic loss

The University of Georgia has offered support to students through campus mental health resources following the deaths of students Wyatt Banks and Laken Riley. Their deaths were unrelated incidents that occurred within 24 hours of each other in late February and shook the UGA community.

Inter-Fraternity Council & Sigma Chi Host Mental Health Speaker
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Inter-Fraternity Council & Sigma Chi Host Mental Health Speaker

The University Health Center applauds the efforts of student groups working to eliminate the stigma attached to mental health issues. Thank you to the Inter-Fraternity Council and Sigma Chi Fraternity for hosting this event. Photo courtesy of Inter-Fraternity Council and Sigma Chi

Spring Wellness Workshops
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Spring Wellness Workshops

In addition to the beautiful blooms on north campus, spring also means preparations for end of semester exams, and for some students, graduation. While this can be an exciting time, spring may bring apprehension for some as they prepare for the next phase of life’s journey. The University Health Center, in conjunction with the University…

Pandemic-Induced Eating Disorders: A Discussion With CAPS
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Pandemic-Induced Eating Disorders: A Discussion With CAPS

Dr. Chris Corbett, Director of Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS), recently spent some time talking with Simran Kaur Malhotra, host of The Athens Frontline, a podcast from The Red & Black dedicated to the discussion of health topics, tips, and news. Listen in on their conversation about how the pandemic has affected the mental health…