Here we want to "shut it down." Vancouver's mayor said he would shut the British Columbian city's "Occupy Wall Street"-style protest after a young woman was found dead Saturday at the demonstration's encampment, posing wider safety concerns for municipal officials across North America who are struggling over whether to forcibly evict protesters. The woman, Ashlie Gough, 23, was found unresponsive in a tent on Saturday afternoon at the Vancouver Art Gallery, the site of the Canadian city's protests, according to the Vancouver police department. Ms. Gough, from the city of Victoria, was pronounced dead upon arrival at a local hospital. Vancouver police say the cause of death hasn't been determined and that "no evidence has been uncovered to suggest the death is suspicious." Local media reports suggested Ms. Gough died of a drug overdose, but police haven't provided further details. Vancouver to Shut Occupy Camp After Woman Found Dead - WSJ.com Here - there's no mention of closing anything - and, with history on my side, I feel pretty confident in saying no one's going to suggest getting rid of fraternity houses. An 18-year-old man was found dead in a bed at a UCLA fraternity house Saturday afternoon. The Manhattan Beach man has been identified as Glen Parrish, and the cause of death is under investigation. Parrish was not a UCLA student. Friends discovered Parrish at the Theta Chi fraternity house on Gayley Avenue around 2 p.m. Saturday. A Los Angeles Police Department sergeant told The Daily Bruin alcohol and prescription drugs may have been a factor in Parrish's death, but toxicology reports are not yet available. The death is not being investigated as a homicide, he said. Man Found Dead in UCLA Fraternity House - Westwood-Century City, CA Patch The first story will be used here and elsewhere as evidence of the utter evilness of young people protesting, their drug use,their unemployed status, their stupidity and their lack of good moral character while the second will be barely reported and, when it is, it will be regarded as a tragic accident and a waste of a fine young life.