STU student found dead in home

Andrew Bartlett, a fourth year English major, was found dead in his apartment building early Sunday morning.

Bartlett, a volleyball player, attended a party with his teammates Saturday night. A fellow member of the team dropped the 21 year-old off at home early Sunday morning.

At 5 a.m. police responded to a call at his residence about an unconscious male. Police say Bartlett was dead when they arrived on the scene. The cause of death is believed to be accidental.

As of this afternoon the investigation is on-going.

The Aquinian will have continuing coverage of this story, including an obituary in Tuesday’s print edition.

Update

From the university:

On behalf of the St. Thomas community, our condolences go out to Andrew’s family and his friends at this time of loss.

I want to remind you that a grief counsellor is on campus in Sir James Dunn Hall Room 107. Should you require any other assistance, please contact Larry Batt, Dean of Students, at lbatt@stu.ca.

Dennis Cochrane

President and Vice Chancellor

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