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Recent Alcohol-Related Tragedies involving St. Cloud State University Students

Joshua Threet, January 5, 2008, St. Cloud State University How and why? After a night of partying and drinking games, Brian W. Threet was found dead on Saturday in the bedroom of his St. Cloud apartment.  Threet started at St. Cloud State in the fall of 2005 as a pre-business major and after a semester off, had registered for classes this spring.
Scot Radel, 21, February 2, 2006, St. Cloud State University How and why? Scot was found dead in the Mississippi River. An autopsy showed Radel's blood-alcohol level was 0.215 percent.
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