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Rose de la Espriella, the graduate teaching assistant who died by suicide last year. Photos courtesy of Ricardo de la Espriella/Illustration by Alex Liscio

Serving, transitioning, living: the struggles of Rose de la Espriella

February 5, 2020

Rose de la Espriella served six years in the Air Force. The FAU graduate teaching assistant was also a trans woman who died by suicide on campus in November.

Memorial outside Garage 2. Photo by Alex Liscio.

Students call out FAU on social media, demand transparency and change after suicide on campus

December 17, 2019

After the suicide on campus that occurred in early November, FAU students feel FAU administration should have been more transparent about the incident.

Police responding to the death on campus Tuesday morning. Photo by Kimberly Swan

Opinion: Why we reported Tuesday’s death the way we did

November 6, 2019

Somebody died on campus yesterday. We found out everything we could and reported it. You might’ve disagreed with our headline and framing — but now, we want your feedback.

Sydney Aiello was 19 when she died. Photo courtesy of Facebook

FAU student who survived Stoneman Douglas shooting dies by suicide

March 27, 2019

Sydney Aiello had survivor’s guilt and was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder before her death.

Students who participated in the National Suicide Prevention Day event wrote motivational messages. Brandon Harrington | Contributing Photographer

FAU recognizes National Suicide Prevention Day

September 10, 2015

Across the country, people will recognize today, Sept. 10, as National Suicide Prevention Day. According to a study conducted by Emory University, there are more than 1,000 suicides on college campuses every year, with one in 10 college students having made a plan for suicide at some point.