The Ring-tum Phi

Many students spent the days off hiking or enjoying time outdoors.

Winter term mental health days let students recharge

Annalisa Waddick March 19, 2021
A look into how six students spent their days off

A healthy way to escape the pandemic

Diana Sturdy February 16, 2021
There is a threat in making escapism and high-screen time a mutually exclusive and socially acceptable activity

How to beat the winter blues

Charlotte Dross November 19, 2020
As if seasonal depression isn’t already enough to deal with, we are now in the midst of a global pandemic that directly affects our ability to connect with others.

COVID-19 update: Restrictions loosened, but student concerns remain

ELIZABETH BELL October 21, 2020
Students call for mental health resources, grading changes and due process
Students raise concerns about mental health and conduct processes amid strict COVID-19 restrictions

Students raise concerns about mental health and conduct processes amid strict COVID-19 restrictions

BRI HATCH October 21, 2020
A virtual meeting with the COVID Committee allowed students to air grievances

Mental health in a pandemic

Diana Sturdy October 7, 2020

In an article published by The Guardian in early August, Robin Neely, a teacher in Arizona, notably stated that despite months of quarantining, mask-wearing and working on vaccines to prevent the spread...

Mental health: A problem in need of recognition

Anna Daccache November 6, 2018
A senior Washington and Lee student pleads with other students to be honest about mental health
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