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UT Dallas Confirms Death of Missing Sophomore

University of Texas - Dallas sophomore Andrew Li, 20, from Houston, who had been missing since Feb. 24, has been confirmed dead by university authorities.

Li was last seen leaving his dorm in the evening of Feb. 24. University authorities confirmed his death in a letter to students, staff, and faculty from UT Dallas Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Gene Fitch. The cause of his death is under investigation.

According to Li's mother, he left his cell phone, backpack, and laptop in his room before disappearing. She last spoke with him on the phone on Thursday and became worried when a friend on campus couldn't locate him.

UT Dallas police listed Li as missing on Wednesday but stated that there was no indication of foul play and no threat to the campus community.

The university has offered its condolences to Li's family and friends and is providing support services for students. Appointments are available at the Student Counseling Center, and 24/7 counseling is available through UTDTALK by calling 972-883-8255 and TimelyCare.

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