For college students, the academic year is well underway. Students have spent the first semester making new friends and adjusting to classes and dorm life.
But unlike previous generations, these young adults are more likely to report anxiety and depression.
And that has campus mental health centers struggling to keep up with demand.
At Keene State College in New Hampshire, English major Aidan Bolduc sits near a window in the atrium, as other students banter over summer escapades and coursework.