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Stephanie Cunningham, senior staff psychologist – outreach and training coordinator for the counseling center worked with the RFWC and the DOSO to put on the event “13 Reasons Why Suicide is Not the Answer” for National Suicide Prevention Week. Cunningham said she only expected about four or five students to come and was shocked to see they ran out of seating. “What it boils down to is positive outlook, we all have a part to play with suicide prevention. Take a minute to save a life. That’s the fundamental that it all boils down to; that’s really all it takes to make a difference.”

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