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Buffs supporting Buffs during Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Traumatic events happen every day, and the CU Boulder community is not exempt. Get tips on how to support survivors.

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4 things to try if you’re feeling lonely or homesick

Whether it’s your first semester at CU Boulder or you’re moving back for the start of in-person classes, adjusting to campus life can be challenging. Here are some helpful tips if you're feeling lonely or homesick.

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5 ways to practice self-care while studying for midterms

It’s normal to feel stressed about midterms. Here are a few ways you can practice self-care that may just improve your studying, too.

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3 things everyone should know about stalking

Sometimes it can be hard to know where to draw the line between annoying, clingy interactions and stalking. Here are a few things that you may not know about stalking:

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3 things you can do to make it through winter

The spring semester has officially begun, but it still feels like winter outside. Here are 3 things you can do to make it through the last few winter months.

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Mental health is... Prioritizing your needs

With so much going on, it can be hard to pinpoint exactly what we need or what our priorities should be. Here are a few steps to help you get started: 1: Take our free self-assessment We have created a free self-assessment for students, staff and faculty to help you...

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4 tips for better mental health in 2021

While 2020 was an incredibly difficult year for many of us, it also showed us how important it is to prioritize our mental health and take care of one another. Here are 4 tips and takeaways from the past year that you can use to improve your mental health in 2021.

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What to do if you think someone is experiencing domestic violence or intimate partner abuse

During the COVID-19 pandemic incidents of domestic violence have increased. Here are some things you can do if you suspect someone is experiencing domestic violence or intimate partner abuse.

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5 signs of depression you shouldn’t ignore

Many of us have fallen into a slump since the pandemic began. Here are common symptoms of depression as well as resources and ways to support a friend or loved one who is struggling.

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5 ways to address racial trauma

Racial trauma is something that Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) experience on a daily basis. In many cases this trauma can show up in subtle ways, making it difficult to identify emotions and address it in the moment. Here are 5 ways to begin addressing racial trauma.

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