Death of Northwestern University junior in February ruled a suicide

SHARE Death of Northwestern University junior in February ruled a suicide
px096_108b_9_e1525883327880.jpg

The mother of a player on the Northwestern University women’s basketball team who died in 2017 has sued a sorority claiming hazing by its members led to her daughter’s suicide. | Sun-Times file photo

The February death of a Northwestern University student at a north suburban Evanston hospital has been ruled a suicide, authorities said Wednesday.

Kenzie Krogh, 20, had told her friends on the morning or afternoon of Feb. 24 that she wasn’t feeling well, Evanston Police Cmdr. Ryan Glew said at the time. They took her to Saint Francis Hospital in Evanston, where she stayed overnight.

Kenzie Krogh | Northwestern University

Kenzie Krogh | Northwestern University

Krogh, who lived in North Carolina, was pronounced dead at 9:10 a.m. the next morning at the hospital, the Cook County Medical Examiner’s office said.

An autopsy did not initially rule on the cause and manner of her death, but investigators have since determined she died of combined bupropion, fluoxetine (both antidepressants) and ethanol toxicity, the medical examiner’s office said. Her death was ruled a suicide.

Krogh was a junior at Northwestern University’s School of Education and Social Policy, according to a statement from Todd Adams, the university’s assistant vice president and dean of students. She was involved in Greek life on campus as well as club sports and served as a teaching assistant in the Kellogg School of Management.

The Latest
The plot about 11-year-old Gru (Steve Carell) is mostly just a mechanism for Minion mayhem.
“Clarence Thomas has proven himself over and over again — particularly in that concurring opinion — that he is somebody who doesn’t care or respect the rights of anyone except for himself,” Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Thursday.
Losing the two schools would be devastating for the Pac-12 and could lead to another round of conference realignment impacting every league in the Power Five.
NBA
Bridges, the Hornets’ leading scorer last season, is set to become a restricted free agent and could command a max contract in the coming weeks.
Ward’s “Salvage the Bones” earned the 2011 National Book Award and her “Sing, Unburied, Sing” was winner of the 2017 National Book Award.