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Rebecca Cho


The North Lawn entrance of the Frist Campus Center. Pictured are wooden double doors recessed into a decorative concrete entrance.

Many mental health report goals on track, show decreasing CPS wait times

Six months after the release of a report with suggestions to enhance mental health at the University, USG reports on progress made. Securing funding for a counselor outreach program and the establishment of the CPS CaresLine are among recommendations implemented thus far.

Six months after the release of a report with suggestions to enhance mental health at the University, USG reports on progress made. Securing funding for a counselor outreach program and the establishment of the CPS CaresLine are among recommendations implemented thus far.


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Accommodations on campus, explained

The ‘Prince’ spoke to administrators who supervise the accommodation process and students who have experienced the process themselves to understand the Office of Disability Services’ (ODS) ability to meet students’ needs. While the process can be difficult and complicated, affected students felt that the ODS adequately supports them. 

The ‘Prince’ spoke to administrators who supervise the accommodation process and students who have experienced the process themselves to understand the Office of Disability Services’ (ODS) ability to meet students’ needs. While the process can be difficult and complicated, affected students felt that ODS adequately supports them. 


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Transportation options, local expenses pose concerns for independent students

The ‘Prince’ spoke with independent students and experts to investigate the affordability of eating in Mercer County. While students often choose to go independent to save money, concerns around affordably sourcing food still remain. 

The ‘Prince’ spoke with independent students and experts to investigate the affordability of eating in Mercer County. While students often choose to go independent to save money, concerns around affordably sourcing food still remain.


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