A former animal research technician was sentenced Friday to 44 years in prison for killing a Yale University graduate student days before her wedding in 2009 after anguished relatives described how plans to celebrate her marriage suddenly turned to unimaginable grief as they returned home with her in a coffin.
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On the evening of Oct. 13, 2010, members of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity at Yale University marched across campus chanting, “No means yes! Yes means anal! No means yes! Yes means anal!” A video of the chanting men was posted online and quickly went viral, spurring an uproar on Yale’s campus and nationwide
It was the “Little White Donkey” incident that pushed many readers over the edge. That’s the name of the piano tune that Amy Chua, Yale law professor and self-described “tiger mother,” forced her 7-year-old daughter Lulu to practice for hours on end “right through dinner into the night,” with no breaks for water or even the bathroom, until at last Lulu learned to play the piece.
An arrest is “imminent” in the killing of Yale University student Annie Le, a police spokesman said Thursday. Le’s body was found in the basement wall of an off-campus medical research building
A Yale University employee has been released from police custody after investigators detained him Tuesday night to collect DNA, said a spokeswoman for the city of New Haven.
A day after finding a body inside a building where missing Yale student Annie Le was last seen, investigators might get a key piece of evidence Monday: results of tests on blood-stained clothing found in the same building. Teams at a Connecticut State Police lab worked through the weekend processing and examining the clothes, which were found hidden above tiles in a drop ceiling
Investigators found the remains of a woman they assume is missing Yale graduate student Annie Le, a senior police official said Sunday. The remains were found inside a wall at 10 Amistad Street, said Peter Reichard, New Haven, Connecticut, assistant police chief
There is no reason to believe that a missing Yale graduate student and bride-to-be ran away, the school’s vice president said Saturday.