On the Passing of Tessa Majors
Updated: Mar 2, 2021
By the Editorial Board of The Blue and White
Tessa Majors was a vibrant and talented artist whose fire was taken too soon. This terrible act of random violence is felt throughout campus in sadness and shock. We here at The Blue and White would like for our readers to remember Tess as a shining rockstar, friend, daughter, and sister. Please honor her memory by sending your love to her friends, family, and yours.
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