A battle with a mirror

May 1, 2020 McKenzie Ward 0

“Quarantine 15 is the new freshmen 15.” “Due to coronavirus, my summer body will be postponed until 2021.” “If you haven’t lost weight all quarantine, you can only blame yourself. There’s still time to make […]

Mental illness has no timeline

November 22, 2019 Cara McCarthy 0

[Warning: This article discusses sensitive topics such as self-harm and mental illness.] I was in the sixth grade when I noticed my brain was not wired the same as everyone else’s. Coincidentally, this was the […]

525,600 Minutes of Anxiety

October 25, 2019 Patrick Brady 0

Anxiety can follow us around like a lion stalking its prey. If you separate yourself from the lion, it won’t harm you. But if you venture too close to it, it will pounce. According to […]

Midterms are not a time for self destruction

October 25, 2019 Ashley Wall 0

By Ashley Wall Associate Editor By Donald Halsing Editorial Staff [Editor’s note: Gatepost Grievances has been renamed Gatepost Guidance to better reflect the information provided within the column moving forward.] At this point in the […]

SMC: Social Media Consumption

September 20, 2019 Patrick Brady 0

Overeating can cause somebody to gain weight, whereas undereating can make someone lose weight. But each option has consequences. If people overeat, they might become overweight or obese. And if people lose too much weight, […]

Guys – let’s cry

March 1, 2019 Lauren Paolini 0

We all know society really needs to check itself when it comes to how women are treated in this world.  I could go on for pages, but there simply isn’t enough room in this paper […]

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