Student entrepreneur Jay Harris dies at age 27

The student entrepreneur who died at age 26 on Saturday was Jay Harrires, a 21-year-old college student in his first year of graduate school.

Harrires’ death is the latest of a wave of suicides in the U.S. that has hit the industry hard in recent years, as colleges and universities grapple with an influx of new students.

He was a graduate student in entrepreneurship at the University of Central Florida.

Harris was a co-founder of the social enterprise Yandex, which was acquired by Microsoft last year.

He had also worked for Google and was involved in a number of startups.

Harres graduated from UF in 2012 with a degree in business administration and was a member of the College of Engineering before taking on a career in the nonprofit world.

He founded, which raised over $1 million for students in the form of scholarships and grants, in 2012.

In 2016, was acquired for $600 million by Microsoft.

In 2018, he founded Y&B, which he launched in November 2017 with the goal of helping people find and keep a job.

He has since launched Yandefarm, which focuses on mentoring and recruiting underrepresented youth.

In September 2018, Harrias startup Yandeleven was acquired to become Yandepay, a social network and payments startup.

In December, Harris launched his own company, Jay Harria.

His first venture was a mobile game called “Get It Done,” which was released in August 2018.

He later went on to launch a series of apps for the popular video game Angry Birds.

Harria had also previously worked as a writer, but he took a hiatus from writing to focus on his entrepreneurship.

He previously wrote for the blog TechCrunch, and previously had a recurring role on the reality TV show The Apprentice.

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