Dylan Hernandez Wiki
Dylan Hernandez was a 19-year-old graduate from Bishop Kenny High School in Jacksonville, Florida.
Dylan was an outgoing, light-hearted and goofy person who had so much love to give to everyone he met. He never failed to make everyone in the room smile and his laugh was infectious. He was a first-semester student at San Diego State University. This is being created to raise money to help to create memorials for family and friends as a way to grieve, and remember Dylan for all the lives he was able to touch.
I don’t even know what to say. My heart goes out to Dylan Hernandez’s friends and family. But Greek life at San Diego State can’t say they weren’t warned. We published this in an editorial almost a year ago when I was still EIC of @TheDailyAztec pic.twitter.com/RaeTTJ6sXK
— Will Fritz (@fritzed_you) November 11, 2019
Dylan Hernandez was a student of san Diego state from Jacksonville, Florida, who has died, SDSU President Adela de la Torre confirmed in a statement Monday.
San Diego State University has confirmed the death of a student who was hospitalized after reportedly attending a fraternity event, an incident that led to the suspension of 14 school fraternities.
Dylan Hernandez Death confirmed by the university
“It is with a heavy heart that I am writing to say that Dylan Hernandez, the student who was hospitalized last week, has passed away,” the school said in an all-campus email. “His family gave their goodbyes late Sunday night. The family has given the university permission today to share this information, and we are working to support them during this incredibly difficult time.”
University suspended 14 students
The university suspended all activities by 14 fraternities represented by the Interfraternity Council on Friday after Hernandez was hospitalized. The university has not given a cause for his hospitalization or death. University officials have also published a webpage regarding the incident, which will be updated with information as it becomes available.
San Diego State University suspends 14 campus fraternities after ‘devastating’ death of freshman student
San Diego State freshman Dylan Hernandez died after attending a fraternity event, the school announced Monday.
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The suspension impacts more than 1,400 fraternity members but does not affect the National Pan-Hellenic Council, the College Panhellenic Association or the United Sorority and Fraternity Council or the chapters affiliated with those organizations.
The IFC consists of Alpha Epsilon Pi, Delta Sigma Phi, Delta Upsilon, Kappa Alpha Order, Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Kappa Psi, Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Theta Chi and Zeta Beta Tau, according to the school’s website.
The incident with Dylan Hernandez
The student Dylan Hernandez was reported in need of medical attention at the Tenocha Hall at 6126 Montezuma Road Thursday morning, the SDSU Police Department (UPD) said. The student attended the event the night before, according to SDSU.
rip Dylan Hernandez. I wish you could’ve had a better SDSU experience but toxic Greek life “traditions” and people who were supposed to be your friends, let you down. praying for his family during this horrific time. pic.twitter.com/FDWqjMCrzL
— Kayla (@kaylamaluhia) November 11, 2019
The student Dylan Hernandez was transported to an area hospital. No further details on their condition were released.
SDSU said that while it and UPD investigate the incident, IFC-affiliated organizations will not be recognized and activities will be suspended.
“Given the severity of this incident, and as the safety and wellbeing of students is a primary concern of the university, SDSU President Adela de la Torre has suspended the Interfraternity Council (IFC) and all chapter organizations under the council,” a statement read.
Dylan Hernandez Fund Raising campaign
A friend of the Hernandez family created a fundraising campaign on the website GoFundMe Monday to support the family. The campaign, which is still accepting donation, had blown past its $1,000 goal to raise more than $6,500 as of 2 p.m.
Dylan Hernandez Family and Mother
“His family gave their goodbyes late Sunday night,” SDSU President de la Torre confirmed in a statement Monday. The school announced that Hernandez had died, but did not detail the cause of his injuries or his cause of death.
“As a mother, nothing can replace the profound loss of a child, and the devastating heartbreak the family and their loved ones are experiencing. All of us in the Aztec family is sending our prayers, and are here to support the family,” the statement read further in part.