by Leah Wescott Editor-in-Chief Psychiatrists apologized this week for failing to correctly identify college sophomore Janet Szak’s bipolar disorder. An accurate diagnosis was not made until Szak was admitted to St. Bingham’s Hospital following a violent outburst in her college math class. “Janet came to see us to talk about her mood swings a few […]
by Freddie Branch Freelance Writer As we enter the holiday season, many of us will travel. This means two things: a free cocktail if you fly Southwest on New Year’s Eve and the inevitable travel-induced stress. However, you can turn this traveling nightmare of crying babies, delayed flights and misplaced luggage into a professional development […]
by Ellica Valentino Freelance Writer Like many institutions, Vermont\’s Hudson College recently revised its conduct hearing process, moving away from a formal courtroom setting to a less adversarial model. Instead of meeting on opposite sides of a boardroom table, Hudson College’s accused students and hearing officers now meet outside on the campus green. Attendees sit […]
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