A 19-year-old cheerleader at Southern University and A&M College has died

A 19-year-old cheerleader at Southern University and A&M College has died

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A freshman cheerleader at Southern University and A&M College in Louisiana has died, university officials announced Thursday.

Arlana Miller was a freshman from Texas majoring in agriculture at the Baton Rouge campus and a member of the school’s cheerleading team, according to a statement released Thursday by university president-chancellor Ray L. Belton. The school has not released her cause of death. NBC News reported that she was 19 years old.

“Our entire campus community is deeply saddened by the untimely death of Arlana Miller,” Belton said in the statement, while offering condolences to her friends and family.

The university’s athletic director Roman Banks said in a statement Thursday that the night before, around 9 p.m., the athletic department was notified of “a social media post that ultimately led to this unfortunate announcement.” The statement then shared information about counseling resources for students, specifically student-athletes.

“We ask for your prayers, love and support,” the statement continued. “Our deepest sympathy to The Miller Family, SU Cheer, & friends. We love you Arlana #ForeverJag.”

The university and athletic department both noted in their statements that May is Mental Health Awareness Month, “a time to raise awareness of mental or behavioral health issues and help reduce the stigma that many experience.”

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Internally, to confirm a student’s deceased status, a school should obtain attendance reports from the faculty in whose classes the student is currently enrolled. If the student lives/lived on campus, the school should contact the appropriate residence hall staff to see what information the staff has.

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