Peggy Stevens '81 died this week of a "heart ailment" while travelling to Spain on a Trustman scholarship.
No more information is presently available, Raoul Bott, master of Dunster House, said last night.
Stevens resided in Dunster House before graduating from the College last June. An active member of the women's heavyweight crew team, Stevens "is still very vividly in all our memories," Bott said.
In a letter circulated to Dunster House residents yesterday, Bott said he will make plans for "an appropriate memorial occasion" that will be announced soon. Stevens was "one of the most vibrant and devoted members of our community," he said.
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