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Question, persuade, refer

Question, persuade, refer

Sarah Rogers, Features Editor

September 22, 2017


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Ashley Evearitt said suicide is the second leading cause of death in teens 18-24.   “Suicide continues to be a prevalent issue in society,” the Counseling Center staff therapist said. “Students can sometimes forget how common suicidal thoughts among their friends and family members ca...

Chai Chat offers more than just tea

Chai Chat offers more than just tea

Sarah Rogers, Features Editor

September 11, 2017


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Students grasped ceramic mugs, hot tea swirling around their tired eyes Wednesday afternoon. College can be a time of high stress for some students. For international students, not only is the normal stress of college present, but they must also navigate learning a new language, becoming acclima...

Counseling Center wants to add student fee, hire more counselors

Rachel Christian

April 1, 2014


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The Counseling Center wants to add an activity fee to students's bills in order to help pay for services. Thomas Longwell, Counseling Center director, went before SGA March 27 to discuss the possibility of adding a $20 fee to tuition bills to help cover the hiring and salary of new counselors. “We...

Counseling Center meets needs with time

James Vaughn

October 13, 2013


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­Students who visited USI’s Cou­­­nseling Center Oct. 10 received a little white card listing the day, month, date and time of their appointment – 13 days away. Counseling Director Thomas Longwell said wait time varies from week to week. “It has gone up to three weeks at one point this...

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