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Students Apprised of Listening Ears, Coping Strategies at Mental-Health Fairs


Kristi L. Hammaker, health and fitness specialist, gauges a student's mental health awareness as the question wheel stops on a category.
Kristi L. Hammaker, health and fitness specialist, gauges a student’s mental health awareness as the question wheel stops on a category.
Preventive pamphlets and free depression screenings were among the tools to turn stressed-out students into Healthy Wildcats.
Preventive pamphlets and free depression screenings were among the tools to turn stressed-out students into Healthy Wildcats.
Counselor Kathryn A. Lehman helps a student attain balance in her life, assessing which detrimental factors offset healthy behaviors.
Counselor Kathryn A. Lehman helps a student attain balance in her life, assessing which detrimental factors offset healthy behaviors.

Counseling Services and Healthy Wildcats teamed up this week to raise mental-health awareness through a variety of mealtime activities near campus dining halls. Interactive games, prizes, helpful information and giveaways were offered from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Wednesday outside the Keystone Dining Room and from 5-6:30 that night outside Dauphin Hall’s Capitol Eatery.
Photos by Marc T. Kaylor, student photographer

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