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College students’ stress levels are ‘bubbling over.’ Here’s why, and how schools can help

College is a time of major transition and of stress. During the pandemic, students have been struggling to cope with ever-increasing levels of mental distress among students. A recent study by The American College Health Association found that one in four students had considered suicide. John Yang looks at the problem and solutions, on and off campus, for NewsHour’s “Rethinking College” series.

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