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Across the country college campuses are trying to keep up with the demand as more students are needing mental health help. But many schools are falling short and Northeast Ohio is not exception.

“At the beginning it was a little hard to manage,” said Isabella Myers, a freshman at Cleveland State University

Her friend, Sydney Caddell, also a freshman at Cleveland State University echoed the same grievance.

“My stress level has definitely increased a lot since being here,” Caddell said.

They both are in part experiencing what’s become the new normal for incoming college students.

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