Wisconsin college students faced mounting mental health challenges during COVID. Now they're ready to talk about it.

Wednesday, November 22, 2023
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Katherine Zimmerman had a very good problem on her hands. So many students showed up for the September kickoff meeting of an organization she leads that she had to move attendees to a larger room on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. That's not surprising for a school bursting at the seams. But the turnout was unexpected, given the group's focus on a topic long treated as taboo: mental health.

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