The University is mourning the death of Saeeda Osei Frimpong, who passed away on Jan. 11. Frimpong was a sophomore majoring in Neuroscience in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. She was a member of the African Students Association, the American Red Cross Corps and the Black Student Union.
In an email to the Hopkins community, Vice Provost for Student Affairs Rachelle Hernandez and Interim Dean of Student Life Allison Avolio wrote about Frimpong’s involvement and impact on the community.
“She will be remembered for her kindness, thoughtfulness, and dedication to helping others,” they wrote.
Hernandez and Avolio offered condolences to Frimpong’s family and loved ones and encouraged students to look out for each other.
“The loss of Saeeda will be felt deeply by many in our community, and we ask that you seek opportunities to help and uplift one another in the coming days,” they wrote.
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