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By Namita Gunnala, 2022 Education Intern at CORRAL May is Mental Health awareness month which is a…
After two years of not being able to host an in-person event, CORRAL Riding Academy is resuming on…
By: Katie Peachey  The collaborative partnership between CORRAL Riding Academy and the Literacy Community Initiative (LCI) was…
By Ishani Ray and Janvika Shah The instances of cyberbullying or bullying that takes place over digital…
by Aaron Rodriguez It’s a Saturday morning in Harlem, you wake up to hear the radio playing…
By Sharon Holland, the Townsend Ludington Distinguished Professor in American Studies at the University of North Carolina…
By Julia Soplop Although North Carolina’s students have resumed in-person learning this academic year amid the ongoing…
Black History Month: An Analysis of Healthcare By Madison Brooks, Manager of Mental Health Services at CORRAL,…
My dad died two years ago in November. I was there when he died. This heart-wrenching experience…
The old saying “trust your gut” is often spoken with encouragement for an individual trying to make…
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ocd awareness

OCD is not an adjective

Happy OCD awareness week! This week (and month) are so important to decrease the stigma of mental health, and in particular, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).

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Rest and Learning

Rest and Learning

“We humans have lost the wisdom of genuinely resting and relaxing. We worry too much. We don’t allow our bodies to heal, and we don’t

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