Jacob Durbin | Staff Writer | firstname.lastname@example.org
September 10, 2018 is World Suicide Prevention Day. In this day and age, suicide and mental health are prevalent topics in our society. Suicide rates have increased over the last decade. For those who struggle with suicidal thoughts, there are resources available to them at Ohio University. For their friends and loved ones, there are numerous ways to reach out and offer help.
We are a family here at FANGLE. We understand how difficult living with a mental illness can be. If you think you or someone you know, is depressed or suicidal, please reach out. You are not alone. Continue reading Ending It is Not the End: World Suicide Prevention Day
Kailee Missler | Lifestyle Writer | email@example.com
For those who don’t know, a Brazilian wax is a wax that takes off all the hair in your pubic and anal area. This sounds extremely scary, especially for people who have never experienced being open with their body around another human being. That’s not even including the pain they expect to come along with it. This article will walk through the process of getting a Brazilian wax, what to expect, and is it worth it.
Continue reading Brazilian Waxes: A Walk-Through
Kailee Missler | Lifestyle Staff Writer | firstname.lastname@example.org
With January almost over, many people forget about their motivation at the beginning of the year to keep their New Year’s Resolutions. There’s a misconception about resolutions—they do not need to be some huge life change, they can be small goals that are in everyone’s reach to achieve with a little bit of work.
Below are some of suggestions of small resolutions that will make you healthier and help improve your wellbeing.
Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions for a College Lifestyle
Sydney Dawes| Lifestyle Editor| email@example.com
Exams. Papers. Group projects. Presentations. Finals Week provides a hefty load of responsibility to college students. Although deadlines can weigh down on anyone, it’s important to find time in your busy schedule to take care of yourself. Here’s a guide to practicing self-care, even when it’s hard.
Continue reading Your Essential Guide to Finals Week Self-Care
Haylee Followell | Lifestyle Staff Writer | firstname.lastname@example.org
As a college student, it is often hard to juggle things like school, work and friends… let alone a nutritional diet. The freshman fifteen is no stranger to incoming students and although the dining halls are often accessible and tasty, they are often not the healthiest options. With new health initiatives, such as getting rid of the trays or trying to serve students meals with lower salt percentages, eating healthy is still a very problematic task. Odyssey Nutrition is here to change that.
Continue reading Odyssey Nutrition: A New Health Option Arrives To Ohio University
Kalila Bell | Lifestyle Staffer | email@example.com
The alarm beeps at 8:40 a.m. On to the first class, as the bus nearly zooms past the class stop. Rush out of the 9:40 a.m. class straight to the 10:35 a.m. meeting. No break still, as the tour guide shirt is thrown on at 11 a.m., running from Tupper Hall to Baker Center. After work, 2 p.m. strikes and there are more classes to attend. Now that classes and work are over it is time for extracurriculars at 6 p.m. Not to mention this is only Monday. This is what a regular day looks like for bobcat Morgan Matthews, a senior studying business management and marketing.
Continue reading Stressed Out? How College Students Manage Daily Demands
Erin Gardner | Lifestyle Staff Writer | firstname.lastname@example.org
This month is World Suicide Prevention Month. According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, suicide is the 10th leading cause of U.S. deaths with 44,193 deaths per year. There are about 121 suicides per day, and the annual suicide rate is about 13 per 100,000 individuals. In Ohio alone, there are 1,650 suicides and Ohio’s death toll is ranked 33 out of the 50 states.
Continue reading World Suicide Prevention Month Shines A Light On Awareness
Society Staff Writer | Reagan Main | email@example.com
With midterms approaching, we’re all looking for ways to alleviate our stress. Finding time for self-care is difficult when you also have to balance work, studying and a social life. However, simple and natural help is available. Aromatherapy, an alternative medicinal practice that uses essential oils to promote wellbeing, could be the easy cure to stress that you’re looking for.
Continue reading Aromatherapy Made Easy
Emma Stefanoff| firstname.lastname@example.org | intagram/twitter-@emmastefanoff
Menstrual cycles — a topic that no one seems to want to deal with or talk about but they will continue to occur, month after month. Pads and tampons are the common feminine hygiene products used to take care of the blood, but some people just don’t feel comfortable with either. However, there’s another option. Healthy, ecological, and economical are all words used to describe this modern alternative — menstrual cups.
Continue reading A Positive Period Alternative
Lifestyle Staff Writer | Ian Kenyon |email@example.com
Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) that causes infections in the genitals, rectum, and throat. With college students being at the highest risk for STI’s, they should be aware that the World Health Organization announced that gonorrhea is becoming incurable. Strains of the disease have emerged worldwide that are antibiotic-resistant, creating many issues for scientists and doctors, who are now searching desperately for new cures.
Continue reading Cure for Gonorrhea? Gone.