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Connect with Buffs if you want to be or stay active

Jan. 18, 2022

There are many opportunities on campus for you to connect with people and organizations that fit your interests. Here are some ways to connect with others if you’re interested in getting or staying active.

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9 ways to support someone who lost their home to a fire

Jan. 2, 2022

In the coming days and weeks, you may learn intimately of friends and colleagues who were directly impacted by the recent Boulder County fires. Professional counselor Stanley Ly gives advice on reaching out and offering support.

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Musicians’ Wellness Program flourishes in expanded Imig Music Building

Dec. 15, 2021

The newly expanded Imig Music Building strengthens the college’s Musicians’ Wellness Program by better supporting students in navigating the often complex and multifaceted path of being a musician.

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The doctor is in: Embedded therapist specializes in graduate students

Nov. 15, 2021

To ensure graduate students receive the mental wellness support they need, Stacy Gerberich has joined the Graduate School as an embedded therapist with Counseling and Psychiatric Services.

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Daylight saving time ends: 6 tips to fall back this weekend

Nov. 2, 2021

Our phones may automatically update as daylight saving time comes to an end, but our bodies aren’t always as quick to adapt. Get tips to help you fall back into standard time on Sunday, Nov. 7.

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‘Let’s chat’ appointments available with Faculty Staff Assistance Program

Nov. 2, 2021

Let’s Chat is a no-cost service in which CU Boulder staff and faculty can electronically schedule and participate in an informal and confidential 30-minute consultation with an FSAP counselor in person or via telehealth.

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The ‘collective nightmares’: Exploring the sociology of horror films

Oct. 28, 2021

CU Boulder sociologists Marshall Smith and Laura Patterson answer questions about their podcast, the sociology of horror films and “Squid Game," as well as share their top-10 horror picks just in time for Halloween.

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Celebrate a frightful fall with 31 media recommendations

Oct. 20, 2021

Get into the Halloween spirit with the University Libraries' many spine-chilling, frightening and downright horrifying media recommendations.

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Connect with Buffs if you want to know more about health and wellness

Oct. 1, 2021

Prioritizing your health and well-being can take time. Luckily, there are many opportunities to connect with people and organizations on campus working toward the same goal.

Andrea Begin

Embedded clinician rides along to help students facing mental health challenges

Sept. 22, 2021

Counseling and Psychiatric Services and the CU Boulder Police Department have collaborated on a co-responder position to “triage” mental health issues and connect students to resources.

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