Love is NOT all you need: Guidelines for a Healthy Relationship

February 10, 2014

Building relationships, whether romantic or not, is a part of life. Learning how to navigate all of your relationships in a healthy manner is essential. Besides having love for your partner in a romantic relationship, there are other characteristics that determine if a relationship is considered healthy. Try evaluating your past and/or current relationships and […]

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Stressed Over Final Exams? Try These Study Strategies

December 9, 2013

                                               Believe it or not, the end of the semester has arrived. While this may be a joyous occasion for some people who want a fresh start with new classes in the spring, the end of the semester can also be very stressful for people as they attempt to juggle writing final papers, giving last-minute […]

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Eat This, Not That This Holiday Season

November 25, 2013

The holidays are great for a number of reasons: getting a much-needed break from school, spending time with family and friends, and of course, eating delicious food. While a little indulgence is not a bad thing, it can be hard not to overeat given the multitude of tasty treats that reveal themselves this time of […]

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Do You Fear Missing Out?

October 21, 2013

Social media sites are undoubtedly useful in allowing people to network with individuals around the world, stay connected with friends and family, and be updated with the latest news breaks. It’s fun to see what people are up to on a daily basis through their pictures, status updates, and tweets, and many social media users […]

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7 Tips for Microwave Safety

September 18, 2013

               Microwaves are fantastic for reheating food, making some popcorn for a movie, or cooking some ramen to hold you through a night of studying. However, microwaves can cause fires, personal injury, and ….burned food.  These tips may seem silly but following these easy steps may keep you, your microwave, and your food safe. 1.  […]

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Sexual Assault Survivor Kits

April 3, 2013

Did you know*: 80% of sexual assault victims are under the age of 30  Every 2.5 minutes, someone in the US is sexually assaulted Victims of sexual assault are 3x more likely to suffer from depression, 4x more likely to contemplate suicide, 13x more likely to abuse alcohol, and 26x more likely to abuse drugs […]

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Outreach Education: Flooded Out

November 7, 2012

This is how Outreach Education is feeling this week! With a burst pipe in Health Services, things have been crazy as we try and clean up the mess in the office and salvage what can still be used. Today, we are working out of the Student Affairs Office in Boyden. We expect to be homeless […]

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Wanted: Motivated Students to Educate Peers

April 9, 2012

The BSU Peer Education Network is made up of a group of students who seek to educate and inform fellow students about alcohol, drugs, and health-related issues. The Peers provide informative events, workshops, and awareness campaigns around issues faced by BSU students. These campaigns include (but are not limited to): Love Your Body Week Relationship […]

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What is Outreach Education?

February 6, 2012

Whether you’re aware of it or not, you think about Outreach Education every time you use one of the public bathrooms on the Bridgewater State University Campus.  Yes, you read that correctly! BSU Outreach Education is responsible for creating and distributing the Stall St. Journals located in the bathrooms on campus, and that is likely […]

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