Monday, Nov 24th, 2014

X Mental Health Connection Society vice-president Paola Hernandez and president Erin Orr are prepared for Tuesday’s (Nov. 25) Coffee House for Mental Health event, hosted by their society and taking place at Bloomfield Centre’s MacKay Room starting at 6 p.m. The event is open to the whole community. PHOTO: Richard MacKenzie

The X Mental Health Connection Society has constructed a lot of avenues to help students find supports, both on and off campus, and their next effort takes place Nov. 25. At the Bloomfield Centre’s MacKay Room, starting at 6 p.m., the society is hosting Coffee House for Mental Health. The evening will include entertainment and art, from students and community members, and talks from StFX president Kent MacDonald and StFX [...]

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