A shooting killed one and injured 11 people at a fraternity house at Youngstown State University Sunday, the Pioneer Press reported.
The shooting took place during a party at the fraternity, according to the Star Tribune.
The person who died was Jamail E. Johnson, a 25-year-old student at the university.
Johnson was shot in the head once and several times in the hips and legs.
Six of the injured people were students.
No arrests have been made but there is one suspect, authorities said.