“Flexitarianism” is not lazy vegetarianism, argues food columnist Sadie Matz SC ’24; it’s a perfect balance between intuitive eating and plant-based diets.
Although societal stigmas discourage crying, it’s incredibly helpful for your mental health, writes health and wellness columnist Sydney Lee CM ’22.
Health and wellness columnist Sydney Lee CM ’22 shares her tips for dealing with imposter syndrome.
Avoid diet plans and products that promote unhealthy habits, and instead prioritize your health, argues Mishaal Ijaz SC ’24.
Harvey Mudd College needs to solicit more student opinion in the Covid-19 policy making process, argues Serena Mao HM ’25.
Our education isn’t complete without physical exercise, and we should include workout routines in our schedules, argues Leah Voudouri PO ’24.
Harvard Medical School student Aseal Birir PO ’18 encourages STEM students to take Africana Studies courses to promote equity in STEM.
As the 5Cs discuss options for returning to campus, Aleja Hertzler-McCain PO ’21 urges them to consider marginalized communities nearby.
After a month-long period operating as an urgent care center, Student Health Services was able to resume normal service Oct. 22 after it hired four new staff members, officials said.
Meditiation might be commodified and corporatized, but it’s still a valuable tool for increasing relaxation and productivity.