Information Saves Lives

Wednesday, February 28, 2007
I know that this blog is only read by a few people, but nonetheless I am going to post this. I have a friend who knew what to do when someone told him that he was going to commit suicide. He knew what to do because he had read this article published in the Columbia Daily Spectator. He might be responsible for saving a life. Every college is different, and outside of college it is clearly even more different. But everywhere it is your responsibility to tell someone responsible if a friend is a danger to himself. Read the article. Educate yourself.

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