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The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Speak Your Mind: New Ways to Cope

Speak Your Mind: New Ways to Cope

May 6, 2020

While life as we know it has changed drastically, Junior Anna Cohen has continued attending her therapy sessions via an online platform during the pandemic. However, therapists and counseling services...

One of MMHIs first accomplishments was adding the first Muslim provider — the Khalil Center — to the list of referrals that CAPS gives students when connecting them with off-campus mental health resources. It is still the only Muslim provider on the list of 217 resources.

CAPS transitions to remote services, provides workshops for out of state students

April 27, 2020

Northwestern Counseling and Psychological Services is providing therapy remotely during the COVID-19 outbreak through TeleMental Health sessions and online workshops and gatherings. One of the largest...

Rabbi Andrea London. London said Evanston residents should build meditation into their new routines to accept what they cannot control.

Coping with “the new normal”: local wellness leaders weigh in

March 24, 2020

Local leaders in health, wellness and spirituality say the losses and isolation associated with COVID-19 will likely leave Evanston residents in shock, but intentional planning, movement and mindfulness...

Apples from the Evanston Farmers’ Market.

In response to study, local wellness professionals emphasize healthy relationships with exercise

January 12, 2020

Stricter calorie labeling may not help Evanston residents achieve their New Year’s resolutions, according to local experts.  A December study showed food and beverage labels stating the number of...

Students navigate Northwestern Dining and skinny dinner culture with an eating disorder

Students navigate Northwestern Dining and ‘skinny dinner’ culture with an eating disorder

January 7, 2020

Ejun Kim started recovering from her eating disorder last summer. The Medill freshman said she was breaking free from bingeing and purging cycles; she was cultivating a healthy relationship with food and...

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