College Students Count on Their Schools for Mental-Health Help, But Now Many Can’t Get ItJune 1, 2020 |
by Lauren Lumpkin
It had been a tough five years at George Washington University, but when Hannah’s last semester arrived, so did relief. She started applying for jobs, envisioning life away from the District.
The feeling didn’t last. One night in March, Hannah, in Florida for a job interview, met up with friends in Fort Lauderdale, where a stranger sexually assaulted her, she said.