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A creative way to spread kindness is to leave a note under a friend's windshield wiper or an anonymous note with words of
encouragement for a stranger.

Celebrate National Random Acts of Kindness Day

Addison Martin, Staff Writer February 16, 2021

With the stress of work, school and life in general, there are times when it may feel all hope is lost. Random acts of kindness are a great way to help brighten someone’s day. Each year these acts are...

Man Therapy is meant to help men better understand themselves and discussion will be focused on seven  distinct areas.

New perspective offered in men’s support group

Zachary Jones, Staff Writer February 8, 2021

Men’s mental health is a topic that is not discussed nearly enough due to society’s expectations of gender roles. However, Lucas Wright, Southeastern Oklahoma State University alumnus and leader of...

A display featuring the artists involved in the 48th Musical Arts Series can be found on the first floor of the Fine Arts Building.

Musical Art Series provides escape from everyday stressors

Zachary Jones, Staff Writer February 2, 2021

American philosopher Debasish Mridha once said, “music can heal the wounds which medicine cannot touch.” As college students, we are often faced with emotions that may become obstacles in our daily...

Take charge of your journey. You have the power to navigate rough waters and to make it through to smoother sailing.

Be the captain of your own ship in 2021

Kylie Carrell, Staff Writer January 26, 2021

To no one's surprise, the first month of the new year has already thrown a few curveballs. Many may expect this year to be just as chaotic as 2020, however, you have the power to change the outcome of...

Quarantine and isolation can weigh heavy on students' minds. Join a virtual therapy group for licensed help and much needed social interaction.

College students suffer mentally due to COVID-19 pandemic

Addison Martin, Contributor November 5, 2020

Good mental health is important to help college students keep up with their daily lives on top of maintaining good grades in classes. Despite this, the COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted many students...

Learning how you can support a stressed college student may be more meaningful than you think.

How to support stressed students

Charity Whitson, Staff Writer November 4, 2020

As a nation, we have faced major changes in 2020. For many students, normalcy is a thing of the past, leading to higher levels of emotions and stress. With five weeks left until the end of the semester,...

Rainy day activities to help you feel productive

Rainy day activities to help you feel productive

Charity Whitson, Staff Writer November 2, 2020

This past week gave us a preview of the cold and rainy autumn days we can expect in the coming month or two. On days like this it can be easy to put on a Netflix show and binge-watch all day, but if you...

Time management can be difficult, but keeping track of your tasks and obligations can be made easier by using a planner, or making daily checklists.

Manage your time and enjoy life

Kylie Carrell, Staff Writer October 19, 2020

College can be stressful. Sometimes it is tough to manage classes, homework, jobs, extracurriculars and enjoy your social life. Rest assured; you've got this! Time management can be difficult, but here...

Take advantage of SE's partnership with Live to Learn, which offers five highly effective online programs based on the proven principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Use the code

Mental health services accessible to SE students

Rebecca Carroll, Staff Writer September 8, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has placed more tension than usual on students’ shoulders. Southeastern Oklahoma State University offers multiple services to help students manage their mental health. The SE...

The Wellness Wheel provides insight on activities which help in enhancing your physical, intellectual, spiritual, financial, social, emotional, occupational and environmental wellness.

Managing mental health during COVID-19

SE Clinical Counselor and Wellness Coordinator offers four ways to feel better during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Debra Fulenchek M.A., MA., LPC, Contributor April 22, 2020

Change is hard. Over the last month, the world has slowed down, but that does not mean our minds have. Let’s look at four ways to take care of our mental health, adapt to the new normal and feel better. 1)...

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