Virginia Tech's creative writing faculty craft guidelines to help instructors and teaching assistants discern writing that may signal danger from prose that is just disturbing.
An Eastern Illinois student with post-traumatic stress disorder was essentially forced out of college after having a flashback in class.
The shooter at Northern Illinois U. reportedly had stopped taking his medication. What factors put college and graduate students at risk of defying doctors' orders?
As demand for psychological services continues to rise, some college counseling centers strapped for resources resort to longer waits or shorter appointments.
Experts in the field gather at Columbia University to discuss school shooters, student suicides and the law, among other topics.
A new book focuses on students who cut themselves -- and write about it for English class.
University of Connecticut takes different tack in responding to growing numbers of students with prescription mental health medications.
National study suggests large population of students who consider taking their own lives -- and never seek counseling.
Major national study finds that disorders are widespread -- and treatment is not -- for those who are 19-25, regardless of their enrollment status.
Post-Virginia Tech, Education Department wants to assure colleges about the student information they can release.
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