I was living in this court at the time and spoke to her some hours before it happened. She was drinking heavily, straight vodka from the bottle on the bench outside the entrance of the building. I asked her why she was drinking alone and told her that it wasnt a good idea. She said that no matter how much she drinks she never gets drunk. I told her once more that it wasnt in her best interest to continue because I said "you will be rolling around later throwing up everywhere". She says that wont be the case and "I guess we will have to find out". I didnt know her that well but I knew she had personal issues and an on going dispute with one of her housemates who she described as a "dirty minded person". She used to cut herself but judging from the marks it looked more of an attention seeking gesture rather than a suicide attempt. I can not say for sure what happened because i wasnt around when the events leading to her death took place, however I do know that a someone from the guard hut that night took her to bed after she had been throwing up and rolling around everywhere. Apparently she had not been lied on her side and threw up in her sleep and died. The consumption of some painkillers may have also occurred while she was drinking from what I heard. From what I remember the next day she was taken out of campus dead and the person who in my opinion should have been responsible for her well being continued working at UWE. The person was crying the next day because they felt somewhat responsible, however suicide in my opinion is the same as murder because your taking someones life, whether that be someone elses or your own. It is also a sin. I dont think her aim was to killer herself but rather to get "****ed up" because she had obviously heard rumors about drug use around campus but decided to take matters into her own hands. She struck me as an individual who did not have proper awareness about alcohol/drugs and took it too far due to her lack of knowledge. In my opinion, it was not suicide.