The ASSU Mental Health team has completed a wide-ranging survey that measures students’ perceptions of and experiences with campus mental health services. Emergent threads from the responses include a lack of familiarity with the constellation of services available for students and a demonstrated interest in the quality and type of care provided. According to the Mental Health team co-directors Nikita Desai ’15 and Anne Evered, ’15, the survey played an integral role in opening up an ongoing, productive dialogue between University administrators and the ASSU on the topic of mental health.
23 percent. That’s how many Stanford students say they have considered attempting suicide. Three percent say they have followed through and actually attempted it.
The 2013 edition of Stanford’s classic Full Moon on the Quad (FMOTQ) will take place tonight on the Main Quad with new additions including food trucks and a photo booth projecting pictures on a giant screen.
An initial group of 18 RCCs has since grown to over 100 today, even as the improvement and automation of online connection capabilities have prompted many RCCs to assume different roles within the dorm community.
iThrive will be responsible for running health and wellness programs with increased social media use.
30 free condoms now available.
“Take Back the Night” is a national and international vigil in protest of sexual assault and in support of sexual assault victims. Stanford’s annual vigil was held yesterday.