BEN MURRAY (University of Bristol) – May 5, 2018
The English student was only 19-years-old when he took his own life, while studying at the University of Bristol.
The teenager had missed exams and had told the university that he was suffering from anxiety.
Ben Murray (pictured) was only 19-years-old when he took his own life, while studying at the University of Bristol
NATASHA ABRAHART (University of Bristol) – April 30, 2018
The second-year physics student was only 20 when she was found dead in her flat on April 30 this year.
The 20-year-old’s family, who are from Nottingham, now want to know if the university did anything to help her with her anxiety.
ALEX ElSMORE (University of Bristol) – April 21, 2018
The 23-year-old electrical and engineering student from Liverpool is feared to have taken his own life after falling from Clifton Suspension Bridge.
The undergraduate, whose father is Guy, 52, the Archdeacon of Buckingham in the Diocese of Oxford, is originally from Liverpool and had four siblings.
JUSTIN CHENG (University of Bristol) – January 12, 2018
The law student from Canada, who was in the third year of his degree, is believed by police to have taken his own life.
The university said the news was ‘immensely distressing’, adding that their ‘thoughts and sympathies are with his family and friends’.
Elsa Scaburri (left), 21, and Lara Nosiru (right), 23, are also Bristol students who died
ELSA SCABURRI (University of Bristol) – March 20, 2017
Miss Scaburri, a 21-year-old student, had been suffering with depression when she was found hanged in a barn after leaving a note on her bed.
The modern languages student was said to have gone ‘downhill’ quickly during a year abroad in Italy and came back to Britain to be with her mother.
LARA NOSIRU (University of Bristol) – January 30, 2017
The 23-year-old student from Essex took a large number of sleeping tablets and some LSD before jumping off Clifton Suspension Bridge in the city.
KIM LONG (University of Bristol) – November 10, 2016
The 18-year-old law student was just starting his first term at the university but was found dead in his halls of residence after leaving a note for his parents.
Mr Long was described as a ‘highly intelligent’ young man with ‘a sense of humour’ by his parents, and had not shown any signs of depression.
Law student Kim Long (left), 18, and James Thomson (right), 20, were both found dead
JAMES THOMSON (University of Bristol) – October 25, 2016
The 20-year-old maths student had been battling depression for about 18 months before his body was found by a friend in his bedroom.
During an inquest, his parents questioned why the university did not do more to get in touch with them when they found he was suffering from depression.
DANIEL GREEN (University of Bristol) – October 21, 2016
The 18-year-old history fresher, who lost his mother aged two to cancer, was found hanging in his room at university.
An inquest was told he had started talking about starting counselling services, but had been in ‘good spirits’ just two days before his death.
MIRANDA WILLIAMS (University of Bristol) – October 13, 2016
The 19-year-old philosophy student from Chichester had struggled with anxiety and depression, and took her own life with a drug overdose.
She was only in her first term at the university, and was praised by her mother as ‘an amazing young woman’ with a ‘wonderful circle of friends’.
Philosophy student Miranda Williams, 19, had struggled with anxiety and depression