Dartmouth student dies on trip to Bacelona



HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — The dean of Dartmouth College says a student has died while studying abroad in Barcelona, Spain.

Charlotte Johnson said in a statement to The Dartmouth newspaper (http://bit.ly/yPDFfH) that Crispin Scott, a member of the class of 2013, has died. Police said he was found dead in an apartment on Saturday. The cause of his death is unknown and police are investigating.

Scott, of Seattle, was studying abroad on the Academy of Liberal and Beaux-Arts program run by Portland State University. He was seen at a gathering of at least 40 students in the program at a hotel, which broke up into smaller groups. Program director Charles Grant told The Dartmouth Scott did not return to his apartment and did not show up for an orientation session on Saturday.