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IU student dies at sorority house

BLOOMINGTON – An Indiana University spokesman said foul play isn’t suspected in the death of a 20-year-old student from suburban Chicago at a campus sorority house.

University spokesman Mark Land said emergency workers were called Thursday night to the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority house on the Bloomington campus, where Kelly Ann Hackendahl of Libertyville, Illinois, was found unconscious.

Land said police and medical workers tried for nearly an hour to revive Hackendahl. He said her cause of death remains under investigation.

Hackendahl was an education major beginning her junior year at IU, and was a member of the sorority.

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