The University is mourning the death of Dia Lee, who passed away on June 20. Lee was a rising senior studying Writing Seminars in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.
Vice Provost for Student Affairs Rachelle Hernandez and Interim Dean of Student Life Allison Avolio sent an email to the student body regarding Lee’s death on June 24.
“Dia will be remembered for their warm smile, thoughtful and reflective demeanor, and quiet strength,” they wrote.
Lee was a staff member at Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee and Books in Philadelphia.
Hernandez and Avolio offered their condolences to Lee’s family and loved ones.
“Campus administrators have been in contact with Dia’s family to provide support during this difficult time. Please keep Dia and their family in your thoughts in the days ahead,” they wrote. “In the coming days, please take care of yourself and each other.”
Students can express their condolences by writing an email to “The Family of Dia Lee” and sending it to the Office of the Dean of Student Life at email@example.com.
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