The Bright Side of Winter: Battling Seasonal Depression with a Positive Mindset

Ishmam Khan ’25 Seasonal Depression, clinically recognized as Seasonal Affective Disorder, is a recurrent pattern of seasonal depression or lack of exposure to sunlight during certain seasons, especially winter. Naturally, researchers have posited several hypotheses about how this disorder originated. One popular hypothesis of the origins of this condition is the “latitude hypothesis,” which states that the further a location is from the sun, the … Continue reading The Bright Side of Winter: Battling Seasonal Depression with a Positive Mindset