Overwhelmed? Here's Help for Students, Faculty, and Staff - UNLV NewsCenter

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Overwhelmed? Here's Help for Students, Faculty, and Staff - UNLV NewsCenter Overwhelmed? Here's Help for Students, Faculty, and Staff - UNLV NewsCenter Posted: 23 Nov 2020 09:21 AM PST Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, faculty and staff have worried over their students' wellbeing, not always knowing how to help or where to suggest students go when the strain seems to affect their academic success. "UNLV students are presenting to Student Counseling and Psychological Services for mental health services with increased symptoms of anxiety and depression," said Shauna Landis, director of student counseling and psychological services.  Although statistics for UNLV students were not immediately available, Landis said student visits to CAPS seems to track with national data. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , 40 percent of American adults surveyed in June 2020 reported experien

Letter: Electoral College a good system | Letters To Editor - Yakima Herald-Republic

To the editor — Why do we have the Electoral College? This process was put in place by our Founding Fathers to balance the presidential selection. If based on popular vote, states with higher population would control the outcome.

By assigning electoral votes to each area, this would give each area more of an equal say. Forming the original 13 colonies, the Southern states were given equal status in selecting a president. It is a good system to assure equal say in who our leader of choice will be. It gives equal voice to all our people, regardless of where they live.

JEFF STEERE



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