Posts tagged student film
Don't Forget, Send Silence Packing is this Week!

Don't forget - Send Silence Packing is coming to campus this Tuesday, April 25th! Active Minds, Inc. has collected, and continues to collect, backpacks and personal stories in memory and in honor of loved ones impacted by suicide. By displaying backpacks with personal stories of loved ones that put a “face” to lives lost to suicide, Send Silence Packing carries the message that preventing suicide is not just about lowering statistics, but also about saving the lives of students. We hope you have time to stop by Tower Lawn this Tuesday!

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Respect Your Body

For SJSU's "Respect Your Body Week," the Student Wellness Center has partnered with a couple of local eating disorder treatment centers to sponsor some fantastic presenters. Each event is FREE and open to students, staff, faculty, and the greater community. Click through for details on both speakers.

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How Well Do You Know Anxiety?

The truth is; we all experience anxiety throughout most of our days.  At times, our anxiety can feel quite overwhelming.  Other times, it may simply come and go. Having anxiety is natural, but when it interferes with your daily functioning and responsibilities; that's when it's important to get some help.  There are many treatment methods that can help in reducing anxiety.  Read more to learn more about the treatment of anxiety or to get some support.   

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Want to be in a Student Film?

The student organization Active Minds SJSU is planning to do recording for their submission to the film contest Directing Change, which they are participating in through Each Mind Matters. For their filming, Active Minds SJSU will ask students of diverse cultures why mental health matters to them. If you want to be a part of this film, drop by Clark Hall Room 100H between 5:30-6:30 pm on Tuesday, February 28th.

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