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The Impacts Of Discrimination On Mental And Physical Health, Mahal Alvarez-Backus Jan 2019

The Impacts Of Discrimination On Mental And Physical Health, Mahal Alvarez-Backus

Honors Theses

The present studies investigated the role of campus climate and discrimination on college students’ mental and physical health. Young adults completed measures that assessed their perceptions of campus climate, sense of belonging, depressive symptoms, anxiety levels, sleep quality, physical health symptoms, and experiences with discrimination. Despite the fact that there were not any differences in physical health or sleep quality, there were significant differences in phycological health, specifically with depressive symptoms. Across both studies, there were significant group differences in mental health, particularly that students of color reported higher levels of depressive symptoms than white students. Having empathetic faculty was ...


Connecting With His Culture, Christina Dong Mar 2017

Connecting With His Culture, Christina Dong

Colby Magazine

Ray Nakada leads effort to elevate Asian-American studies.


Expanding The Literary Enterprise: How We Experience The Texts Of The Advanced Placement English Literature And Composition Curriculum, Molly Ostrow Jan 2015

Expanding The Literary Enterprise: How We Experience The Texts Of The Advanced Placement English Literature And Composition Curriculum, Molly Ostrow

Honors Theses

How we read the texts of the Advanced Placement English Literature and Composition curriculum.


The Word On Colby's Posse: What The Posse Program Is And What It Isn't, Gerry Boyle Mar 2013

The Word On Colby's Posse: What The Posse Program Is And What It Isn't, Gerry Boyle

Colby Magazine

Colby is enrolling top students from New York City, who arrive as Colby’s Posse.


Educated Travelers: Alumni Join Professors As Cbb Travel Program Takes Off, Alicia Nemiccolo Macleay Mar 2013

Educated Travelers: Alumni Join Professors As Cbb Travel Program Takes Off, Alicia Nemiccolo Macleay

Colby Magazine

Alumni travel programs, which include faculty experts on countries and cultures, are more popular than ever.