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Opinion | 4 tips for prioritizing mental health in the transition to college

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By Julia Kreutzer, Staff Columnist

June 30, 2019

Looking at how my first year at Pitt actually unfolded, though, I recognize that while I did enjoy the freedom and novelty, I had not anticipated the feelings of anxiety and loneliness that can come with uprooting one’s life and diving headfirst into a completely new environment.

Editorial: Pitt, let’s be clear on mental health

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By The Pitt News Editorial Board

September 9, 2015

In the wake of three student suicides in less than a year, Pitt is working to transform the way it combats the effects of mental illness. Here on campus, Student Government Board, along with other student organizations, has formed a coalition with the University administration and the Counseling Center...

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