Ohio college student suspended after threatening suicide

12/2/2008 | National Public Radio (audio player required)

A college freshman with learning disabilities who developed mental health problems after being beat up in his dorm room threatened to kill himself in a phone call with his mother. She immediately called the university to get him help, but the College of Mount St. Joseph in Ohio suspended him for violating its code of conduct.

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