Colleges expand mental health services for students

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an increased need for mental health services in colleges as students grapple with the social and economic consequences of closed campuses, online learning, and in some cases, loss of life. illness or death of their loved ones. Now, as most institutions return to more normal …

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FSU’s No.1 football soars over Boston College

Florida State No. 1 (8-0, 1-0 ACC) beat Boston College (6-2-1, 0-1 ACC) by a score of 4-1 tonight at the Seminole Soccer Complex. Game recap While Florida State controlled most of the possession, there weren’t many dangerous early chances for either team. In the 18th minute, Kirsten Pavlisko pushed …

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The decline of men on campus is hurting all of America

This fall, women outnumber men on two- and four-year-old college campuses by the millions. Almost 60% of students are women while only about 40% are men, an education gap that has widened for decades. The problem has become even more acute as total enrollment has declined by more than one …

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