Deaths Revive Cornell's Reputation As 'Suicide School'



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Cornell University is reeling after news of two likely suicides by students in the past week, and four others this academic year. The gorges that run through its scenic campus have too often provided an opportunity for troubled students to end their lives. The university has battled a reputation as a "suicide school." A big effort to address mental health issues in recent years had brought the numbers down substantially.

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