William and Mary Responds to 3 Suicides

November 15, 2010

After five years without a single student suicide, the College of William and Mary has had three this year, leading to much campus discussion and new efforts to reach students who may be experiencing depression, The Washington Post reported. Much of the discussion focuses on the high standards students set for themselves, and fear that students who have been academically successful may not feel comfortable seeking help.

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