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“There is nothing more precious to your parents than your lives”

Katie Kirk, Managing Editor May 14, 2024

On Apr. 28, 300 Wofford students and Spartanburg community members joined together to raise awareness for mental health. The event was held in memory of Cameron Pappas, who died by suicide in 2015....

The Old Gold & Black editorial team poses for Wofford Today. This year, they have worked to improve the quality of the paper as a voice for students. Photo courtesy of Mark Olencki.

Creating Catharsis

Allison Sherman May 10, 2021

A farewell from the EIC Every two weeks for the past school year, I have written a letter from the editor. It’s never addressed to anyone but you, the reader, and you’ve been privy to quite a few...

A graphic created by Kia Kaiser about World Mental Health Awareness day, posted to the Office of Diversity and Inclusion Instagram.

Mental Health Awareness Week

Sarah Peak November 17, 2020

Reminding students to slow down and destress During the week of Oct. 26-Oct. 30, Wofford Wellness and Safety Committee held a Mental Health Awareness week to remind Wofford students that their mental...

Tiara Woney, Mental Health Counselor

Wellness Center Hires New Counselor

Margaret Roach September 24, 2020

Counseling services aims to meet needs of students In April 2020, just after Wofford College moved to remote learning due to the coronavirus, the Wellness Center hired Tiara Woney, Master...

The crisis line is open to all students, faculty and staff 24 hours a day

New Year, New Mental Health Measures

Contributing Writer March 21, 2020

Wofford’s Wellness Center institutes crisis line and new counselor With interim over and a new semester just beginning, maintaining a healthy mindset is as important as ever in a mentally and emotionally...

Mental health advocacy organization, Active Minds, comes to Wofford

Mental health advocacy organization, Active Minds, comes to Wofford

Brie White October 4, 2016
Seniors Ann Casey Hughes and Helen Lamm have brought a newly chartered club to to Wofford’s campus.
The significance of stress

The significance of stress

Anna Aguillard December 8, 2015

By: Anna Aguillard, Senior Writer With full course loads, internship applications and grad school tests to take, even the word “anxiety” can make a Wofford student feel anxious. Being a part of the...

Wofford’s Wellness Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00.

Mental health on campus

Old Gold & Black Web Admin March 10, 2015

ANXIETY, DEPRESSION AND PEACE OF MIND— In a 2010 survey, the American College Health Association found that 45.6 percent of surveyed students reported feeling hopeless, and 30.7 percent reported...

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