The suicide of a Sophmore undergraduate student prompted a legal investigation into her medical history and whether the school psychologist had followed proper suicide prevention procedure. Though she had no past mental illnesses and was physically healthy, the student had been placed on Effexor, an anti-depressant, and had called the university suicide hotline to speak with a school psychologist. She mentioned all her issues and stated she was beginning to feel suicidal. The psychologist asked her if she would be able to ‘hold off’ and not hurt herself until the psychologist could see her the following morning. The student was found dead the next day, and the ensuing court case against the psychologist sought expertise in counseling suicidal college students to better understand whether the tragedy was preventable.