Health professionals grapple with daunting statistics and share some strict strategies for preventing campus suicides.
Study finds surprisingly high percentage of students who intentionally cut, burn or otherwise harm themselves.
A push for 24/7 libraries and tech centers leaves some health professionals with wide eyes and worries.
University shelves controversial plan that would have given administrators information about students receiving counseling.
Glendale Community College administrators blocked student news stories on campus suicides and mental health resources.
Mental health officials call in the dogs to help faculty members and students bond.
Allegheny College defends itself against charges that it had duty to prevent student’s death.
Payment awarded to student who was barred from dorm after taking pills, and college will review its mental health policy.
Jury finds Allegheny not responsible for student's death; MIT settles closely watched case.
More campus health centers use Internet-based program to help students cope with mental illness.
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