Advertisement for Nightline, student-run mental health service on campus. Photo by Judy Goldstein | Columbia Daily Spectator
Advertisement for Nightline, student-run mental health service on campus. Photo by Judy Goldstein | Columbia Daily Spectator

‘Filling an unmet niche’: Nightline leaders on providing mental healthcare on campus

Nightline seeks to position itself as an alternative to campus resources that require identification and appointments.


Catherine Beckett, BC ’24, and Simon Ogundare, CC ’24—co-directors of Nightline Peer Listening, an anonymous student-led mental health service—sat down for an interview with Spectator to discuss the service’s history, relationship to the University, and impact. Read more…


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