Don’t bring me down

I’ll tell you once more before I get off the floor A’hoy Captains. Welcome to spring semester 2020, a time of success and hardship for all, but together we can get through it. Making sure the world doesn’t get you down is quite tricky at times, but I have a secret that I am willing to…

Just smile

A personal account of affairs surrounding depression and anxiety Those words are given and heard by many people every day, whether online or in real life. This is a side effect of the stigma and the lack of a common understanding surrounding depression. People think depression is just a state of being, such as sad…

“We’re so glad you’re here”

CNU’s Department of Communication hosts mental health concert fundraiser “We’re so glad you’re here,” little Emily “Mimi” Bartley sang cheerfully in a rendition of “So Glad You’re Here” by Imagination Movers as her sparkly sequin dress twinkled under the bright stage lights. “It wouldn’t be the same without ya.” On the evening of Sept. 9,…

Students prepare to march for mental health

CNU gets ready for its first campus-specific Out of the Darkness suicide prevention walk In previous years, CNU students have participated in the Virginia Peninsula Out of the Darkness Walk and other walks in surrounding areas to advocate for suicide prevention in the community and beyond. Now, on April 7, Christopher Newport will stand up…