Anxiety becomes a disorder when the symptoms become chronic and interfere with our daily lives and ability to function. People suffering from chronic, generalized anxiety often report the following symptoms:Anxiety disorders fall into a set of distinct diagnoses, depending upon the symptoms and severity of the anxiety the person experiences. Anxiety disorders share the anticipation […]

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Ukraine is poised for a “velvet” Revolution, a peaceful overthrow of a regime that does not serve the greater good of its citizens. The information age enables all of us to email, write, and offer direct moral support to the President elect and those who are risking their lives to protest. Consider contacting Ukrainian embassies, […]

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Theofanis couldn’t afford to be too selective in his recruiting in those days, but he also couldn’t afford to go to Miami to see Collier for himself. His recruiting budget was practically nonexistent. Collier describes it as being “slightly less than $1,” which might not be far off considering season tickets for Butler’s home schedule […]

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Last week, the campus deployed police officers from every single UC system campus except UC Santa Cruz to “protect” the event at Wheeler Hall. Over the years, students, especially Black students and Brown students, have stated that police presence does not make us feel safe; in fact, it does quite the opposite. Seeing militarized police […]

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