Just in time for your last midterms to coincide with your final paper proposals, it’s Mental Health Awareness Week! Every day from this evening until Saturday, the Columbia Neuroscience Society will host a range of events that provide you with information about mental health, resources, and most deliciously, free food. The week, organized in conjunction with many other on-campus groups and services like Alice! and Nightline, was organized for the first time this year to highlight the many services available to Columbia students.
The week will kick off with a lecture on cultural issues and mental health by Dr. Hamid in 501 NoCo from 7:30 – 10:30, with coffee and cookies served. Tomorrow, the CNS invites Relate2Us and Rooted to discuss stigmatization in mental health from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm in the Satow room, accompanied by Subway sandwiches and even more cookies. We’ll keep you posted after that.
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