Tag | Wellness and Health Promotion

Community Rise Up: Bystander Intervention Training with Hollaback!

Have you or a friend ever been a bystander to harassment? Being an active bystander is a big part of public safety, but it’s a collective effort that requires thoughtful strategies. Hollaback! is eager to share bystander intervention training with those invested in community building and culture change. Their Bystander Intervention Training will provide you […]

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Information on Opioids and Harm Reduction

Opioids are medications that are prescribed to relieve pain by reducing the pain signals to the brain, and can impact the areas of the brain controlling emotions. They are taken for severe or acute pain, or for paint that lasts a long time. Typical prescribed opioids include morphine, oxycodone, hydrocodone, and codeine. Illicit opioids include […]

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Student Health Services Groups and Programs: Spring 2017

During the academic year, Counseling Services and Wellness and Health Promotion (WHP) offer groups and programs Monday through Friday. Some groups require that students have paid the Student Health Services fee, but all of the WHP programs are free to all New School students. See the flyers below for details about the spring 2017 offerings.

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Taco Talks: Suffering

Suffering is everywhere—in far away lands, on our streets, and even in our own lives. But why does it happen? How do we deal with it? Is there hope? We want to hear a variety of perspectives and have a discussion over Otto’s Tacos (tacos, chips, and salsa). When: Thursday, October 27, 7:00–8:30 p.m. Where: […]

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YOU ARE NOT ALONE: INTERNATIONAL SURVIVORS OF SUICIDE LOSS

Saturday, November 19 is International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day. For many, attending a Survivor Day event is the first step in realizing they are not alone. With more than 350 events across the globe, those who have lost someone to suicide come together to share stories of healing, help one another reclaim hope, and forge […]

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OUR CITY IS OUR CAMPUS: A CONVERSATION ABOUT ALCOHOL AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION

You are invited to “Our City is Our Campus: A Conversation About Alcohol and Violence Prevention,” a special town hall presented by the NYC Higher Education Alcohol and Other Drug Consortium. Join us as we explore the connection between alcohol and violence on campus and hear from experts in the field and colleagues to address […]

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PANEL DISCUSSION: INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE (IPV)

Come join your New School community as we discuss what IPV is, warning signs, and ways to support friends who may be in these situations. Date: Wednesday, October 19 Time: 6:00 p.m. Location: University Center, 63 Fifth Avenue, Event Café (upon entering the building, take the stairs on your left) Guest Panel Senior Sexual Assault […]

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WALK TO FIGHT SUICIDE

OUT OF THE DARKNESS Community Walks Suicide prevention starts with everyday heroes like you. Register today. Sunday, October 23, 2016 Out of the Darkness Community Walk Battery Park City – Wagner Park – NYC afsp.org/NYCWalk New School Team Donate/Register here: afsp.donordrive.com/index.cfm American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Walk. Volunteer. Donate. afsp.org/walk

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The New School Food Pantry: Kick-Off Events, Food Distribution Dates, and Items Needed

The President’s Task Force on Food and Housing Security is proud to announce the launch of a campus food pantry for New School students. Check out the upcoming events to celebrate the opening of the food pantry, the food distribution dates, and a list of needed donation items below! Upcoming Food Pantry Events Food Pantry […]

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Call for Artist Submissions: Body Positivity Series at The New School

New School students, faculty, and staff are invited to submit artwork for the Body Positivity Art Exhibit, an exhibit that aims to delve into topics surrounding body positivity, including but not limited to the celebration of bodies, (dis)ability justice, fat shaming, lack of diversity among bodies, and exploring limited and judgmental standards of beauty. Body […]

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