year old Oakwood freshman drowned at a Huntsville rock quarry on Friday.Many on campus mourned the loss of their fellow classmate but the vigil was a time for the community to come together and begin the healing process.Dozens of students, family and faculty arrived at the campus memorial to pay their respects. Oakwood University president Dr. Leslie Pollard said the news of Hanna death stunned him."He was a wonderful young man. He had a wonderful spirit. He was very focused spiritually," Dr. Pollard said.The 18 year old hailed from Florence, South Carolina. Mentors like Oakwood resident assistant Charles Eaton Jr. said Hanna was a pre law student with big dreams."He was a good person in every meaning of the word. He was the type of person who would challenge me to do push up contests. He would debate with me over every topic imaginable," Eaton said.Hanna was unresponsive when emergency crews pulled him out of a quarry owned by Oakwood University. The school is currently leasing the quarry to an outside company.Oakwood University spokesperson Tim Allston said Hanna was likely swimming at the quarry when he drowned."We are certainly hoping that his tragic death, his drowning death at the rock quarry, serves as a loud siren and wake up call to students to be more mindful of Adidas Neo Silver
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