Administrators are hiring more mental health professionals and highlighting existing resources.
Wednesday, March 13
In the wake of last month's murder-suicide in College Park, the University of Maryland says it's working to meet the mental health needs of students even as some indicate they are unaware of what's already available.
Reactions to Tuesday's murder-suicide that left two University of Maryland students dead and a third injured.
Early Tuesday morning, two University of Maryland students were left dead and another injured in a shooting on 36th Ave. in College Park. Police say that the gunman, identified as 23-year-old graduate student Dayvon Maurice Green, set several fires around his house before shooting two of his roommates when they came outside. One—Stephen Alex Rane, 22, of Silver Spring—was later pronounced dead, while another suffered non-life-threatening injuries. Green then turned the gun on himself, according to police. News of the incident sent shockwaves across College Park and the University of Maryland. Below, we've collected some of the accounts of and reactions to the shooting, both from Patch's own coverage and from other media outlets following …