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ALCOHOL PLUS DRUG CITED IN CLU DEATH.



Byline: Paul O'Donoghue and Lisa Mascaro Staff Writer

Alcohol and the drug GHB GHB
abbr.
gamma-hydroxybutyrate


GHB 1 Gamma-hydroxybutyrate, γ-hydroxy-butyrate See GABA 2 Glycosylated hemoglobin, see there
GHb Glycosylated hemoglobin, see there
 killed a top student and athlete found dead at California Lutheran University Mission statement
The University's mission statement is as follows:

"California Lutheran University is a diverse, scholarly community dedicated to excellence in the liberal arts and professional studies.
 after a night of drinking with friends this spring, a spokesperson for the Medical Examiner's Office said Monday.

Kyle Hagmann, 20, ingested in·gest  
tr.v. in·gest·ed, in·gest·ing, in·gests
1. To take into the body by the mouth for digestion or absorption. See Synonyms at eat.

2.
 alcohol and gamma hydroxybutyrate Noun 1. gamma hydroxybutyrate - a club drug available in liquid or powder form is taken orally (frequently combined with alcohol); used to incapacitate individuals for the commission of sexual assault and rape
GHB
, a designer drug that is believed to cause a loss of consciousness among users, officials said. Authorities believe it was the first GHB-related death in Ventura County.

``We . . . hope that the coroner's (giving the) cause of death will bring closure to his family and to the college community, which continues to mourn his death,'' said Carol Keochekian, senior director of university relations at CLU (language) CLU - (CLUster) An object-oriented programming language developed at MIT by Liskov et al in 1974-1975.

CLU is an object-oriented language of the Pascal family designed to support data abstraction, similar to Alphard.
. ``It was a tragic loss.''

Hagmann's family said the student had been taking the designer drug at the encouragement of others who promoted it as a muscle builder and sleep aid, and they urged other parents to be aware the drug is dangerous.

``He didn't take it to party with,'' said his mother, Elise Hagmann. ``He was misinformed about the danger of the drug and thought it was something quite a bit safer.''

The popular student's death April 24 hit hard on the small liberal arts campus, where a makeshift shrine stood in his honor and students and faculty gathered for a memorial service.

Hagmann had been out drinking with friends on a Friday night, using a Hawaii driver's license that gave his age as 21, officials said. He fell asleep on the couch On the Couch is an Australian television program formally broadcast on the Fox Footy Channel and it focuses on the current issues in the AFL. This is now broadcast on Fox Sports after the closure of Fox Footy Channel.

The show airs on Monday night and is hosted by Gerard Healy.
 in his dormitory suite and was found dead the next morning.

The junior sports-medicine major from Big Bear City was at the university on an academic scholarship and was a dean's list honor student.

With a 6-foot frame and a penchant for Hawaiian shirts and puka shells, he was well-known and popular. He was working as a sports trainer for the school basketball team and hoped to put his skills to work in sports medicine sports medicine, branch of medicine concerned with physical fitness and with the treatment and prevention of injuries and other disorders related to sports. Knee, leg, back, and shoulder injuries; stiffness and pain in joints; tendinitis; "tennis elbow"; and .

Officials at the university, which has a no-drinking policy, said at the time of his death that they would be reviewing their alcohol awareness programs.
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