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2013-14, Issue #1: Be INtentionally INvolved. Whether you are new to Bucknell or entering your senior year, how you choose to spend your time is important. || READ MORE in this Issue (pdf)

2013-14, Issue #2: How is your mood? Anxiety, depression, and relationship issues are the top concerns seen at Psychological service. BU has a confidential online tool to help you recognize symptoms of these and other mental health concerns. || READ MORE in this Issue (pdf)

2013-14, Issue #3: Ask the question, save a life. The most effective way to prevent suicide is to know the warning signs, take those signs seriously, and respond appropriately. || READ MORE in this Issue (pdf)

2013-14, Issue #4: Getting a Good Night's Sleep . Getting sufficient sleep is key to performing your best. Plan ahead, avoid stimulants and stop procrastinating. || READ MORE in this Issue (pdf)

2012-13, Issue #7: Taking the stress out of finals. As you are working on final projects and approaching your final exams, the end of the semester can feel especially stressful to students. You have control over the degree to which stress impacts you. "Your body is a wonderland - May I touch it?" Gaining consent for intimate activity is key, but it can be fun as well. || READ MORE in this Issue (pdf)

2012-13, Issue #6: Create a plan for a safe night out. Make a plan before you head out the door to increase the likelihood that your friends and you have a great time and make it home safely. Tips for what to do before you leave, while you're out and when you're ready to head home. || READ MORE in this Issue (pdf)

2012-13, Issue #5: What are signs of a healthy relationship? More happiness than stress. Every relationship will have stress at times, but you want to prevent prolonged mental stress on either member of the relationship. READ MORE in this Issue (pdf)

2012-13, Issue #4:  Stalking: Know it. Name it. Stop it. According to the National Center for Victims of Crime, stalking is a pattern of repeated and unwanted attention, harassment, contact, or any other course of conduct directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to feel fear. || READ MORE in this Issue (pdf)


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