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A large cheeseburger with a side of fries is pictured.  Anxiety and stress can lead to a loss of appetite.  (Michael Stern/CC BY-SA 2.0)

How to Eat When You Have No Appetite

Dan Hogan, Science and Technology Editor June 1, 2022

Many people have troubles with their appetite. Sometimes, even when we’re hungry, we can’t get ourselves to eat. It’s important to know that this is a common issue and you’re not alone.  Before...

A stressed student puts his head down.  A proper night’s sleep before a big test can help more than pulling an all-nighter. (Diverse Stock Photos/CC BY-NC 2.0)

Calming Finals Anxiety

Maeve Reiter, Hershey Editor May 31, 2022

Finals season creates a heightened sense of anxiety for almost every student. Even with knowledge of the whole year, the most prepared student can still be nervous. This year, the senior class will have...

Editorial: Mental Illness is Too Often Overlooked

Alina Zang, Layout October 30, 2019

Depression. Anxiety. Schizophrenia. Those are just a few of the many mental illnesses out there. Millions of people deal with disorders like these everyday, having to suffer through symptoms such as ...

Living With Social Anxiety

Kaitlyn Kelley, Reporter January 9, 2017

With trembling legs and thoughts of insecurity in her head, she walks into the cafeteria. Not knowing where to go or who to sit with, she begins to feel stressed. Her social anxiety begins to kick in....

Dana Bortel, a licensed social worker, poses for a photo. Bortel has specialized in working with adolescents and young adults for 24 years. (Broadcaster/Jenna Thomas)

The Truth Behind Anxiety

Jenna Thomas, Reporter October 26, 2016

His mouth is dry, and his knees are weak; however, he doesn’t know if it’s nervousness or anxiety. Something almost all students can relate to getting nervous about a test, but the term anxiety...

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