New Story: A Magnolia Tree and the Need for Student Mental Health Services


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Imogen Cunningham's magnolia

“Magnolia Blossom,” by Imogen Cunningham, circa 1925, courtesy Museum of Modern Art, New York

She took pills for Bipolar Depression, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and Auditory Processing Disorder: “Those are the main ones.”

“I stand in front of the magnolia,” she said in a monotone.


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