A Yale University sophomore was found dead Sunday by his roommates.

Andre Narcisse of Roosevelt, N.Y., was found unresponsive at about 11 a.m. in his dormitory suite, a Yale spokesman said. Emergency personnel were unable to revive him, pronouncing Narcisse dead at the scene.

So far, police have not found evidence of foul play. Narcisse's body has been sent to the state medical examiner's office for an autopsy, to determine the official cause of death.

Classmates have gotten e-mails, notifying them of Narcisse's death, and informing them of several on-campus events set up to give students the opportunity to remember him.

The death comes less than two months after 24-year-old graduate student Annie Le was found strangled behind a wall in a Yale laboratory. Her body was discovered on what was supposed to be her wedding day.

Raymond Clark III, 24, a lab worker, has been charged with murder. He's due back in court Tuesday.