It's not yet clear what happened to a male sophomore at Stanford University who was found dead Friday morning inside an on-campus fraternity house, the Stanford Daily reports. The Palo Alto Fire Department found the unresponsive student in the Theta Delta Chi house and tried to revive him but ultimately pronounced him dead at the scene around 10:21am. Officials say a preliminary investigation shows no signs of foul play, but a full investigation is now underway, and the cause of death is pending autopsy results, ABC News reports.
"We have been in touch with the student's family," Stanford's vice provost for student affairs wrote in a statement to students and other members of the school's community. "While we are working to understand the family's wishes, we are not in a position to share the student’s name. This is very difficult news for any family to bear. Our university community grieves with them." Counseling and psychological services will be made available to students. (Read more Stanford University stories.)