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Reading independantly and non-educationally provides an opportunity for readers to relax, engage their minds and de-stress. Choosing to read a book over scrolling through social media has proved to encourage mental health and healthy sleeping habits.

Rediscovering love for independent reading provides comfort, improves mental health 

Hannah Conn '23, Web Managing Editor March 10, 2023

I always described myself as an avid reader. I devoured books one after the other and enjoyed every moment that I spent by myself flipping through the pages. I dive headfirst into world after world, loving...

Generate authentic happiness using this one trick

Grace Livecchi ’21, Social media director February 12, 2021

https://anchor.fm/grace-livecchi/episodes/A-How-to-guide-on-generating-happiness-enqb5i

Mindfulness apps: the new way to meditate

Mindfulness apps: the new way to meditate

September 20, 2018

Julia Kasabian ’21 Everyone gets stressed, especially teens. That’s a fact. Whether it’s about school, family or friends, teens have a lot of stress. According to a 2013 study from The American...

Why we should chose to live our lives with hope rather than fear

Why we should chose to live our lives with hope rather than fear

March 21, 2018

By Bri Zeiberg ’19 Why should we allow tragedy after tragedy to keep us from living our lives to the fullest? Why is society only reminded to live each day like it's the last after a life-threatening...

Please and Thank You: How to Bring Gratitude Back in Style

October 22, 2010
Ben Reiser '13 acknowledges the reality of how many people actually use the words "please" and "thank you."
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