mental health


Mental Health Matters: Read our zine, listen to our podcast

By el Don News

Let’s talk mental health. For the last two semesters, our staff has covered the topic beyond just talking through feelings

Anxiety attck drawings

A letter to my parents, who don’t understand my anxiety

By Marifer Gutierrez

Dear Mom and Dad, As I continue to learn how to communicate about how I feel, I have been finding


Students fight for mental relief under the weight of the pandemic

By Miranda Navarro

Editor’s note: Please see below for the accompanying podcast and zine. It’s a foggy Tuesday morning and Veronica overslept for

Picture By: Julie Leopo

Online therapy helps students tackle mental health during pandemic

By Julie Leopo

Depression, lack of motivation and anxiety are all normal feelings for teenagers tackling their first semester of college. Reina didn’t


Art Department Hosting “Safe Space” to Mourn Professor’s Passing

By el Don News

Santa Ana College Assistant Professor of Art Ed Fosmire passed away last Tuesday, March 3. He is remembered as not

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  • March 10, 2020
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5 Reasons Why Every College Student Should Get a Dog

By Kevin Garcia

College is hard, but it can be made a little easier with a furry companion around. If you’re a college


Here’s How SAC is Helping Students With Self Care

By Jordy Espinoza

Seven of ten college students feel stressed about their college finances in a study researched by The Ohio State University. According to the study of more than 100,000 students by Penn’s Center for Collegiate Mental Health, more than half of the students visiting campus health clinics listed anxiety as a concern.

Stop the Stigma of Mental Disorders

By el Don News

The challenges faced by those who suffer from mental illness are real, yet discussing it is still taboo.

Achieving Happiness Is Easier Than You Think

By Aurielle Weiss

To many, joy feels elusive, swiftly passing with each emotional experience.

Addressing Mental Illnesses Is the First Step in Reducing Stigma

By Timothy Bravo

While many people may fail to recognize and understand mental illness, for others, these health issues are a daily reality. In an effort to encourage awareness and assistance, mental health organizations and healthcare professionals unite each May to promote National Mental Health Awareness Month.

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  • May 25, 2017
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