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Tips for navigating and coping with grief

April 6, 2022

Grief manifests in different ways for different people, and it’s important to remember that there is no one “correct” way to grieve. Whether you or someone you know is grieving, here are some tips that can help you navigate and cope with grief.

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Get resources for understanding the Russia-Ukraine war

March 31, 2022

Librarians and archivists are providing a variety of suggestion to help the community process the events unfolding in Ukraine. Each suggestion is either an item available to check out, a rare or distinct item accessible in one of the five libraries on campus or a media recommendation that’s openly available to access.

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Celebrate Women’s History Month with library recommendations

March 18, 2022

In recognition of Women’s “Herstory” Month, the University Libraries share media recommendations from staff and other members of the campus community. Read, watch and listen to titles highlighting unique experiences and perspectives.

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Books, movies and shows to keep you entertained over break

March 17, 2022

Spring break is a great time to catch up on shows, read something fun or simply relax on the couch. Whether you enjoy historical fiction, thrillers, sci-fi, romance or fantasy, get recommendations.

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Questions you should ask if you're considering therapy or meeting with a therapist

March 1, 2022

Whether you're considering therapy, looking for a therapist, already in therapy or just looking for campus mental health resources, get tips to help you make informed decisions.

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Tips to avoid your ex on social media this Valentine’s Day

Feb. 9, 2022

Did you just see a Facebook “memory” of your ex from Valentine’s Day…three years ago, and now you’re bummed or just annoyed? Blame the algorithms, says Anthony Pinter, a teaching assistant professor in CU Boulder's ATLAS Institute.

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6 ways to stay active and meet fellow Buffs

Jan. 18, 2022

Are you looking for ways to be active this semester? Do you enjoy playing sports, getting outside or trying new things? There are many ways for students to stay active and meet Buffs with similar interests each semester. Check out these programs and opportunities.

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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.