Despite the easy access of high calorie, high fat, and sugary options available to college students, establishing better nutrition habits could be easier than you think.
Coffee has a significant presence on college campuses, but how much do students really know about its nutritional contents?
Need to take a break? Skip the Netflix and de-stress by doing something new and interesting.
What night safety resources does UC Berkeley offer for its students, and how can it maximize the resources’ utility and effectiveness?
“Mental health” and “mental illness” are used interchangeably but convey vastly different concepts in public health. Part two of a two-part series.
Clubs can help students academically and professionally, but they also serve as transformative spaces where participants have the opportunity to form lasting relationships with their peers.
Title IX is under threat from Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. What is Title IX, and how does Title IX currently operate on our campus?
UC Berkeley’s Clery Timely Warnings warn Berkeley community members through email about crime alerts in the area. The name comes from the Jeanne Clery Act, initially signed in 1990, which mandates that the university collect and maintain reports of criminal activity.
Currently popular are “thinspiration” and “fitspiration” Instagram pages, or “thinspo” and “fitspo,” whose messages focus on promoting thinness, health, and wellness. However, the distinction between a healthy relationship with food, dieting, weight loss, and exercise, and anorexia is further and further blurred.
Greek life on college campuses is often perceived as the headquarters for casual alcohol use. While the risks of binge drinking on college campuses have been well promulgated, one potential solution is often overlooked — the role of women in party culture.