This class will explore health, wellness, and adolescent development. Throughout the semester, we will spend time learning about different aspects of health, as well as how physical, mental, sexual, and social health all interact and affect each other. This class will take an interdisciplinary approach, encouraging students to view their personal health through a social justice lens that accounts for current and historical public health issues. Students should expect a lot of in-class discussions, as well as engaging assignments in the form of readings, podcasts, videos, interviews, self-reflections, and projects rooted in peer-education.

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