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National Suicide Prevention Month is coming to an end, but the discussion on campus is far from over. Suicide prevention is a topic that, unfortunately, many people are afraid to discuss because of the various stigmas attached to it, but resources at Rutgers University can help weaken those barriers. According to the Suicide Prevention Resource Center, "suicide is the second-leading cause of death among 20- to 24-year-olds.” There are many resources available for those struggling with suicidal thoughts or tendencies on campus that all students have access to. The issue has also garnered unique, national attention this year after Logic's live performance at the Video Music Awards.
While it may be difficult to think of anything other than getting through finals, lack of sleep, junk food and the approaching Winter Break, you might also be thinking about giving yourself a little change for the New Year.
As Thanksgiving makes its way into the fall semester, thoughts of home-cooked meals and a break from long study sessions fill the minds of the Rutgers community. But before you can eat your mom's famous stuffing, there's one holiday that still needs celebrating — "Friends-giving"
For those of you 21 and over looking to give a fun, spooky twist to your choice of drink this Halloween, part ways with the typical and tasteless Miller Lite, and put your bartending skills to the test with this creepy berry cocktail.
Eating healthy may be one of the most difficult things for a college student to try to manage, especially one living on campus.