The State of Student Activism, and Other Stories, in the New Mary Christie Quarterly
We are pleased to present the fall issue of the Mary Christie Quarterly, featuring a cover story on student activism in the age of COVID. We also cover upcoming research on student activism and the correlation to college student mental health in “Innovations in Behavioral Health,” our peer-reviewed column, this time featuring Samantha Smith from the University of Maryland Baltimore County. Our line-up is both new and familiar. Today’s releases include: Ashoka University’s addressment of India’s college mental health crisis; The Frontlines column featuring Dr. Sarah Van Orman from the University of Southern California ; Opinion from the Active Minds Fellows and other student voices. And If you missed them, also check out the Quarterly interview with developmental psychologist Jeffrey Arnett; The Time We Wish We Had, by Harvard senior Mollie Ames; a profile of the Wiley Network; and a Q and A with the authors of “Did That Just Happen?” We hope these stories inform and inspire you and, as always, we would love your ideas and feedback.
The MCI Team