by Richard Williams
The Tiffin University Counseling staff is walking for mental health every Thursday at noon in the Heminger Center in an effort to highlight the importance and recognition of mental health disorders.
The issue of mental health has become more prevalent in recent years, with the National Institute of Mental Health reporting that nearly 31 percent of U.S. adults have or will experience some instance of anxiety disorder in their lifetime. The NIMH has also reported that in 2017, nearly 17.3 million U.S. adults suffered at least one major depressive episode, with higher instances in females than males. It was also noted on the NIMH website that in that same year, the highest instance of depressive episodes happened in the 18 – 25 age group, largely representative of young adults and college students.
The Tiffin University Wellness and Counseling Center offices are located in Friedley Hall. Students can visit the center between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. To make an appointment, call 419-448-3578 or contact email@example.com. The center offers walk-ins on Wednesdays with no appointments necessary.
by Becca Kielbasa
The seventh annual Jello Wrestling fundraising event will feature 20 wrestlers so far, including students from Tiffin University men's and women's varsity wrestling team.
Zeta Pi Beta Sorority, established in 2010, is holding its annual Jello Wrestling Event to benefit St. Judes Children's Research Hospital on Sept. 12 from 5-7 p.m. in Hayes Courtyard.
This year wrestling will include the single rounds, but also a male and female bracket competition with two $25 visa gift cards for the winners. Prices for pre-registration are $5 per entry into the bracket, which covers the cost of all rounds, $2 for an individual round, and $1 for every repeat round after that. Registration the day of is $7 for entry into the bracket and same cost for individual rounds. Zeta Pi Beta will also be accepting donations in the form of cash or Venmo. The Venmo account name is ZetaPiBeta-Sorority.
Zeta Pi Beta holds multiple events to benefit cancer research, with Jello Wrestling among the most successful, dating back to 2013. This event is new and improved this year due to a partnership with Tiffin University Wrestling teams to make the event bigger and better than ever. Tiffin University Dean Herdlick will be the referee, per tradition, in coordination with the wrestling coaches.
St. Judes has been the chosen philanthropy by Zeta Pi Beta since its establishment, along with Love Your Melon, which is another cancer research foundation.