Nowadays, college life is not so good because many cases of suicide in college are in front of us. The same thing happened in Branford College.
Rachael Shaw-Rosenbaum ’24 was a student of Branford College and she died by suicide at the age of just 18 years.
One person wrote a tweet about it and getting more popularity.
A first-year student at Yale died by suicide and all I can think about is how every time I ask my college friends how they’re doing it’s the same answer of burnout and exhaustion and general unwellness
— sarah (@sarahxcraig) March 23, 2021
UNIVERSITY | Rachael Shaw-Rosenbaum ’24, a first-year student in Branford College, recently died by suicide at the age of 18. She is remembered by friends, family and teachers for her kindness, wit, musical talent and willingness to take on challenges.https://t.co/Q5pbYBvt6m
— Yale Daily News (@yaledailynews) March 24, 2021
Over the weekend, my family lost someone. Rachael was bright, funny, & caring with big dreams. She ended up at her dream school only for their policies to lead to her death. The Ivys don’t care for students with mental illnesses and have done everything to prove that pic.twitter.com/Ll9e1PVjr4
— hanna (@hanna_cat1) March 23, 2021
People are talking about it on Twitter and they want to know the exact reason behind her suicide.
Please do not take any decision like this if you are feeling stress or any other problem in college. Just talk to your parents or friend they have a solution to every problem. So please be strong and don’t take that kind of decision in life. Life is precious and it is never found again.