CSU Looks for Pattern in Student Suicides

April 28, 2010

Last year, 9 students at Colorado State University committed suicide, the highest number recorded in its history. Typically, there are somewhere between 0 and 4 suicides. CSU officials are trying to figure out if there's a pattern, and they're building on existing efforts to prevent suicide. The campus has also joined the National College Depression Partnership--which helps schools better deal with mental health issues among students. Ryan Warner speaks with CSU's Dean of Students, Anne Hudgens.
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