Tag Archive for: anxiety
The screening of Composed was accompanied by a panel of musicians and faculty.
As college students (especially at a high-ranked university such as USC), we are constantly faced with intense pressure and stress to achieve high grades and accomplishments that might bring us closer to our career goals and post-grad aspirations. Whether studying for exams, or preparing projects, presentations, homework, interviews, there’s always an upcoming deadline to face, […]
Many of us know the feeling all too well: It shows up unexpectedly in the form of sweaty palms and rapid heart rate, and it lasts anywhere from a few minutes to a few days. Anxiety is anything but foreign to college students. Most likely, as you prepared for college, your friends and family said […]
How often do the thoughts of death, mortality and existence cross college students minds? Faced with a symbol of finality, how would they react? That’s what Jayson Kellogg wanted to find out with his photography project “Memento Mori.” Taking its name from the Latin phrase for “remember you will die,” the junior sociology major’s collection […]