health

Tue, Dec 6, 2016, 8:32pm
We’ve hit that point in the semester when everyone seems tired. Everyone is either getting very little sleep or calls Butler 209 their bedroom. Your most frequent Google searches are “Why am I tired?” and “How to stop being tired,” but nothing seems to work.
Wed, Nov 30, 2016, 10:36pm
You said you’d start exercising when you went to college. You’re now a junior and you still don’t know what Dodge looks like. You’d like to start working out, but you’re at that point where you have no idea how and it’s too embarrassing to ask.
Tue, Sep 6, 2016, 6:23am
College can sometimes drown out the necessity to take care of your health during the semester. Scheduling doctor’s appointments, going for blood tests, attending therapy, or getting tested are often things you know you should do soon, but never get around to.
Sat, Mar 5, 2016, 5:27pm
Whether you've seen it or not, CCSC President, Benjamin Makansi's, most recent email to Columbia College students brought good news to the masses, answering certain prayers/demands.
Fri, Feb 19, 2016, 12:11am
During the most recent Columbia College Student Council meeting, President Ben Makansi announced that he would reach out to Vice President of Campus Services Scott Wright about providing free tampons to students
Thu, Nov 12, 2015, 9:09pm
Sleeping in Butler and pulling all-nighters aren’t the healthiest college habits, yet they seem to be inevitable ones.
Wed, Nov 11, 2015, 3:58am
Activity-tracking technologies manifest themselves into the lives of students across Columbia’s undergraduate institutions, giving them the means to acquire increasingly comprehensive data about every aspect of their physical existence. Health-conscious students use software on their smartphones,...
Wed, May 6, 2015, 3:08pm
Just because they’re touted to cure all health problems, dietary supplements may not be all that good for you.
Wed, Apr 22, 2015, 1:49am
Columnist Vivi Hyacinthe reflects on the unhealthy relationships with food fostered by Columbia’s community.  
Thu, Apr 16, 2015, 12:11am
A few hours after Zack Barone, BC ’18, first injected himself with testosterone last November, he experienced the first instance of what he has labeled “T-fever”: a face flushed red, a temperature of 100 degrees, and an insatiable hunger in his stomach.

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