Posts From Bianca Mujica

Vouching for victims of violence

Renee McNamara sits in her office on the fourth floor of the Union, spending her day on ordinary tasks like taking phone calls and attending meetings. Like most faculty on

Helping elementary students discover college life

Eddie Arellano snapped photos every few seconds, smiling proudly in between each click of the camera. In front of him, two dozen elementary kids were bubbling with admiration as they

Goodie Two Shoes and his musical pursuit

“Close your eyes. Listen to how the waves and the wind follow a rhythm. Everything goes at its own pace,” Hayden Cepak, 19, said as he sat on the shore

Finding a balance between school and parenting

Nadia Rosales sat in the corner of Naranja Cafe while her daughter, Penelope, tried to slurp the tapioca balls in her boba tea. She could not get them, so she asked her mother to do

Tackling eating disorders at UNT

Eating disorders are among the fatal mental illnesses, and the stigma around having and discussing them often makes recovery more difficult. But a group of professionals at UNT have joined forces to

Online counseling looks promising in early stages

Therapist Assisted Online, the counseling center’s newest form of treatment, has provided students with an alternative form of mental health treatment since the fall semester and is set to reach