A fight breaks out at a college house party in North Carolina, followed by gunfire. Now two students are dead, including a 19-year-old sophomore from south suburban Homewood.

Alisia Dieudonne was not the intended target, local police say.

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The Homewood-Flossmoor High School graduate, a dance enthusiast, was studying computer science at North Carolina A & T State and was the youngest of five siblings.

“She went to school to get an education, and that’s all she wanted to do — she wanted to make something of herself,” mother Mary Dieudonne-Hill says.

Her family is left grieving and with unanswered questions

“It just doesn’t make sense,” father Harold Dieudonne says.

Police in North Carolina say a fight broke out at a house party near campus, and shots were fired. Alisia and another student, 21-year-old Ahmad Campbell , were hit and later died. Both were innocent bystanders.

Greensboro police are looking for the shooter.

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“We are going to work with whoever we have to work with to bring these people to justice, whoever they are,” stepfather James Hill says.

“She lived. And I don’t want her to die for nothing, so we have to do something about this violence that’s going on in our country,” Mary Dieudonne-Hill says.

The family says administrators at the university have reached out and have been supportive.

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