Study: Bullying Impacts Mental Health for Years

Study: Bullying impacts mental health for years
They found that 30 percent of them had been bullied at some point, while those who experienced bullying on a weekly basis were more likely to be in poor mental health—depressed, angry, anxious, or sad—compared to those who were never bullied. Not … Read more on (blog)

TCC forming teams for student safety
… agencies equipped to help the students. Students could be dealing with anything from depression to domestic violence. … The team could supply anything from crisis hotlines to contact information for shelters in the area. “We keep it as local as … Read more on The Collegian