In the last 11 years, the Iraq war has resulted in the deaths of approximately 4,500 United States soldiers. In contrast, 6,500 war veterans committed suicide in 2012 alone, amounting to roughly 18 veterans taking their own lives every day of that year. The failure of the US government to appropriately take care of war veterans’ mental health and well-being is resulting in far more casualties for the nation than war itself.
A How-to on Facilitating a Friend’s Psychedelic Experience
Above all, remember that you are there to facilitate someone else’s experience, and not to have your own.
New Research on Psychedelics Is Unveiling Their Potential for Healing
As university students, we know how prevalent substance use is.
How Can We Properly Evaluate the Education We Receive?
We should be questioning the skills we’re being taught—for the amount of time and money we put into our education, we deserve to know that we’re getting what we’re paying for.
Party Tab for Former Execs is a Misuse of Funds
If recent allegations about a certain extravagant end-of-the-year party are true, last year’s CSU executives may have left us with one last lapse of judgment to marvel at.
It’s election time again at the Concordia Student Union, and in case you hadn’t heard, all but one of the executive positions are uncontested, as are most of the council and Senate positions.
The CSU Executive’s Childish Strategy to Get Its Way
On Feb. 13, following the resignation of the CSU president several days earlier, council met to appoint a new president.