After a chance meeting with a psychiatric nurse, Sanjin Ramovic knew getting his Bachelor of Science in Psychiatric Nursing was his calling.
Annual Miles for Mental Health fundraiser aims to end stigma around mental illness
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think about travelling? For me it’s my Quecha backpack and my soul! Exactly a year ago I was altogether in a different world: I was ready for my Duke’s Nose trek in one of Maharashtra’s (Indian state) finest hiking destinations. Imagine ….rain pouring, lavish greenery in the valley, and snow-white waterfalls in the background. Well this is a typical monsoon day in India, and I just can’t get enough of it. I recently did the Joffre Lake Hike and this was… Read More
Fall weather doesn’t have to mean you have to finish working out for the year. There are tons of activities that I like to DO at Douglas, and how I started doing them is, to me, pretty amazing, since fitness was never really important to me. I would never have thought that fitness and college really went hand in hand. It was in the middle of my first semester that I started to change my mind, when a friend from my old high school invited me to play basketball with him. After… Read More
This week on Life at DC, students from the Bachelor of Physical Education and Coaching (BPEC) program are sharing their ideas about health in a series of posts and a takeover on the @StudentLifeDC Instagram account! Yesterday, Jackie wrote about social media and mental health. Today, she shares 3 tips for maintaining healthy nutrition as a student! ——————- Is eating healthy as a student a daily struggle for you? Do you find you’re breaking the bank by buying cafeteria meals several times a week? I have some useful tips for you! As a full-time student with… Read More