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Samuel Levine, USC Student, Dies In Cabo Spring Break Accident

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Thu, Mar 21, 2013 at 8:03 AM
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A 22-year-old USC student died while on spring break in Cabo San Lucas, the university announced.

Steve A. Kay, Dean of the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, said in a statement sent to the Weekly that Levine died Tuesday "in an accident," the details of which were not revealed.

Levine ...

... is a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity, according to records.

He was a psychology major, Kay said:

Our deepest sympathies are with Sam's parents and family members, with his close friends in the Sigma Chi fraternity and around campus, and with each of you in the psychology department. Sam touched so many of us here at USC with his talents and ambition, and we all grieve for his incredibly promising life that was tragically cut short.

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