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Sally Zsasz Death – Sally Sasz Death



Sally Zsasz Death – Sally Sasz Death

Hiker Sally Sasz has reportedly passed away. Sally Sasz died today 7 July 2020. His death was announced in a social media.


The UNC community are mourning the sudden demise of it’s student identified as Sally Sasz.

Statement released by the Morehead-Cain Foundation revealed that Sally Sasz died on July 6 2020 while hiking in Utah.

Read Excerpts from the statement below

Sally Sasz ’21 will be remembered for her kind heart, open and generous spirit, and thoughtful and creative mind. She passed away on Monday, July 6, during a hike in Utah. She was 21 years old.

Sally was a fixture in the UNC arts community. At the University, the art history and English major served as an Arts Ambassador for the UNC Arts Everywhere initiative, where she organized campus-wide events to cultivate the arts across campus. She also worked as an art editor and art board member at the undergraduate literary magazine Cellar Door. And, Sally shared her passion for music as a DJ for WXYC 89.3 FM. She planned to graduate with a minor in creative nonfiction writing to pursue her love of storytelling through memoirs and other media.

Friends shared this week of how Sally, an avid bicyclist, would always stop a ride to say hello or to walk with them. They said her door was always open for a comforting cup of tea or slice of freshly made banana bread, and they spoke of how Sally spread joy through her positive outlook on life. Scholars described her charisma as “effervescent” and her personality as one that put others at ease through her own innate confidence, integrity, and humility.

In addition to being a supportive classmate and compassionate friend, Sally was a strong advocate for helping those in need and was also an environmental activist. She volunteered for The Sonder Market, a student-run local food cooperative. Sally also designed lesson plans and taught art and art history in Chapel Hill and Carrboro public schools as chair of Art&Life, an after-school program through the Campus Y. As a Cabinet Y Member, she procured funding to develop a partnership with the Yayoi Kusama exhibit at Chapel Hill’s Ackland Art Museum and planned to invest in the Community Empowerment Fund and the Student Environmental Action Committee.

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