Patrick Kohlmann, junior at the College, passes away

On Oct. 19, College of Charleston student Patrick Brain Kohlmann, 20 passed away. He is reported to have jumped from the fifth floor of Campus Center Apartments while being intoxicated according to Charleston Police. It is believed he committed suicide.

Kohlmann was from Surfside Beach, South Carolina and had just entered his junior year at the College. He was a psychology major and was known for giving out free high fives to students. According to an email sent out to all College of Charleston students from Evelyn Nadel, the Senior Director of Community Relations, Kohlmann, “was a proud and dedicated South Carolina Ambassador for Stomp Out Bullying. He was a gifted singer and musician who never met a stranger, and was a friend to all.”

Students may contact the Cougar Counseling team in RM 319, RSS Building or text Text “4support” to 839863
Professional counselors in Counseling and Substance Abuse Services are available Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm in Robert Scott Small Building Suite 300. Counselors are available on an on-call basis when the center is not open.  Call 843.953.5611 (Public Safety) to reach a counselor after hours.

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Nick Rodriguez is a senior at the College of Charleston entering his third year with Cisternyard News. He first started working at CYN his sophomore year and enters his first year as the Sports Editor. He hopes to continue sports journalism once he graduates. Other interests include: walking his dog and trying new foods. Don’t forget to keep scrolling and read Nick’s next post!

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