Month: September 2019

MEET JULIA HANSEN OF THE YELLOW TULIP PROJECT IN HIGHLAND PARK AND EAGLE ROCK

Today we’d like to introduce you to Julia Hansen. Julia, before we jump into specific questions about your organization, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story. I am a sophomore at Occidental College, but to be honest, I never thought I’d make it here. All I can say is I …

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MENTAL HEALTH EXHIBIT OPENING FEATURES ASSUMPTION PROFESSOR AND STUDENT RESEARCHER

Exhibit Features Assumption Professor and Student Research on Mental Health Paul M. Piwko, visiting assistant professor of accounting, and Alexandra Orlandi ’19, a psychology major and human services and rehabilitation studies minor, recently spoke about their research into mental health exhibitions during the opening of a new exhibit at Logan International Airport in Boston. Prof. …

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I AM MORE EXHIBIT AT NORTHERN LIGHT ACADIA HOSPITAL IN HOPES TO ERASE STIGMA AROUND MENTAL ILLNESS

Northern Light Acadia Hospital in Bangor is trying to erase the stigma that surrounds mental illness. They have partnered with the Yellow Tulip Project to host the “I Am More” photo exhibit which runs through October 11th. The exhibit contains black and white photos meant to challenge expectations of what mental illness looks like. The …

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