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Miguel Cisneros, CC ‘24, passed away in a drowning accident on August 22, according to an email sent from Dean Valentini to Columbia students earlier today.

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Dean Valentini announced that the rising sophomore lost her battle with cancer earlier this month in an email to students this afternoon.

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Columbia Engineering Ph.D. student Mateo Williams has passed away, according to an email from SEAS administrators earlier today.

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Postbac Premed student Matthew Avila has passed away, according to an email sent to GS students at 4:07 pm on April 1. 

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An email from Dean Valentini sent earlier today shared that first-year Jackson Coker has passed away.

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Woman Found Dead In EC

Update, 10:45am, 4/1: Student Affairs has not yet released the name as they are trying to reach her family, but the woman has been confirmed by Spectator as Jessica Fingers. According to Gothamist and CBS, a 21-year old woman was found dead in East Campus this morning. The article reports that police responded at around 11:48 AM and […]

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