Yale student disappears days before w...

Yale student disappears days before wedding

There are 34 comments on the Connecticut Post story from Sep 10, 2009, titled Yale student disappears days before wedding. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

Police used search dogs and reviewed security camera footage as they tried to find a 24-year-old Yale University graduate student who vanished less than a week before her wedding.

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BBBB

Toronto, Canada

#2 Sep 11, 2009
A picture might help?
BPT

Torrington, CT

#3 Sep 11, 2009
i hope this is only a case of cold feet
AVA

Spartanburg, SC

#4 Sep 11, 2009
Her picture has been all over the news reports on TV.I am hoping she got cold feet.The FBI announced their is no sign so far of foul play, but it sure is strange.
Agnes

Franklin Square, NY

#5 Sep 11, 2009
Better now than later. she knows why ...!I applaud her courage, it's never too late to start again with a person you trust. good luck dear...!
Wilma

Franklin Square, NY

#6 Sep 11, 2009
Remember the run away bride..a few years back..? that happens every day. better now.. than later when you have children with a looser...!
Felix da Housecat

New York, NY

#7 Sep 11, 2009
I don't get it! Her pic & story is posted all over the news because she's a Yalie? That's totally unfair to the thousands of other missing women worldwide who also have loving families who would like to know what happened to missing loved ones who got ABSOLUTELY NO coverage whatsoever.
I guess that you're only important when you come from a rich background, or ivy league school or a stunning,bombshell young woman to even be noticed. If she were just an ordinary,overweight, under educated female who went missing.....trust me...this much coverage for a woman of that stature would have been unheard of!
Refried

North Haven, CT

#8 Sep 11, 2009
Felix da Housecat wrote:
I don't get it! Her pic & story is posted all over the news because she's a Yalie? That's totally unfair to the thousands of other missing women worldwide who also have loving families who would like to know what happened to missing loved ones who got ABSOLUTELY NO coverage whatsoever.
I guess that you're only important when you come from a rich background, or ivy league school or a stunning,bombshell young woman to even be noticed. If she were just an ordinary,overweight, under educated female who went missing.....trust me...this much coverage for a woman of that stature would have been unheard of!
Beg to differ with you, but I believe this is more about the fact of the strangeness than your predjucial "elite" background.

BY the way, whats wrong with going to Yale graduate school? To me that shows some degree of accomplishment, and if that earns extra publicity in a time of need, all the power to it.

Furthermore, her picture was posted all over our CT papers, and I am sorry if your papers edited it. She ie petite, and Aisian - not exactly your typical blonde Miss America.
Refried

North Haven, CT

#9 Sep 11, 2009
BPT wrote:
i hope this is only a case of cold feet
I hope so too. But why would she leave her wallet and ID behind?
Felix da Housecat

New York, NY

#10 Sep 11, 2009
Refried wrote:
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Beg to differ with you, but I believe this is more about the fact of the strangeness than your predjucial "elite" background.
BY the way, whats wrong with going to Yale graduate school? To me that shows some degree of accomplishment, and if that earns extra publicity in a time of need, all the power to it.
Furthermore, her picture was posted all over our CT papers, and I am sorry if your papers edited it. She ie petite, and Aisian - not exactly your typical blonde Miss America.
Excuse me! But I already knew that she was asian and petite you idiot! And no, our papers of the greatest city in the world did not edit anything. She got national coverage on her disappearance because she's a Yalie whether you want to admit to it or not.
You mentioned nothing in your post about the other hundreds of missing women because they don't meet the stature that this young woman accomplished. So what? And the other missing women don't matter because they haven't accomplished a degree from Yale?
My point is...no matter what race,background,religion, etc.,every missing woman should be acknowledged like this when they go missing, because in the end, they were STILL someone else's daughter,mother,sister,etc. and were also a human being, who had a loving and concerned family just like this missing young woman.
Refried

North Haven, CT

#11 Sep 11, 2009
Felix da Housecat wrote:
<quoted text>Excuse me! But I already knew that she was asian and petite you idiot! And no, our papers of the greatest city in the world did not edit anything. She got national coverage on her disappearance because she's a Yalie whether you want to admit to it or not.
You mentioned nothing in your post about the other hundreds of missing women because they don't meet the stature that this young woman accomplished. So what? And the other missing women don't matter because they haven't accomplished a degree from Yale?
My point is...no matter what race,background,religion, etc.,every missing woman should be acknowledged like this when they go missing, because in the end, they were STILL someone else's daughter,mother,sister,etc. and were also a human being, who had a loving and concerned family just like this missing young woman.
SOrry about the other missing women. But this story is about this one.

Here in CT hundreds of women do not go missing. We are a comparatively civil state. WHen they do, it tends to make the paper. To blame us for the fact that YOUR paper chose to carry our story to me seems to me almost like you are blaming the victim on the account she went to Yale.

And by the way, if you didnt catch my tone the first time, to assume a Yale grad student is an "elite" is really really dumb. Most grad students I know come from modest means. Elite people work for Daddy or Daddys friends after undergrad, and dont go on to a rigorous scientific graduate programs.
Of course

Fontana, CA

#12 Sep 11, 2009
Meanwhile, every short asian woman in connecticut is being hounded and questioned about whether or not she is the missing one!
Satan

Bridgeport, CT

#13 Sep 11, 2009
The bloodhounds wil find her.
biff

Sandwich, MA

#14 Sep 12, 2009
Felix da Housecat wrote:
<quoted text>Excuse me! But I already knew that she was asian and petite you idiot! And no, our papers of the greatest city in the world did not edit anything. She got national coverage on her disappearance because she's a Yalie whether you want to admit to it or not.
You mentioned nothing in your post about the other hundreds of missing women because they don't meet the stature that this young woman accomplished. So what? And the other missing women don't matter because they haven't accomplished a degree from Yale?
My point is...no matter what race,background,religion, etc.,every missing woman should be acknowledged like this when they go missing, because in the end, they were STILL someone else's daughter,mother,sister,etc. and were also a human being, who had a loving and concerned family just like this missing young woman.
you ned to control your temper or you wwill be suspended from topix
biff

Sandwich, MA

#15 Sep 12, 2009
they are investigating a yale professor into the incident!
KAL

Spring Valley, NY

#16 Sep 12, 2009
biff wrote:
they are investigating a yale professor into the incident!
I read that too. His class was abruptly cancelled and someone pulled the fire alarm.

I hope we hear something soon on her whereabouts.
Refried

North Haven, CT

#17 Sep 12, 2009
biff wrote:
<quoted text>you ned to control your temper or you wwill be suspended from topix
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I doubt that. One might disagree with part of her message, but there is nothing offensive or racist about what she had say. And she clearly has the right to express her views.
Refried

North Haven, CT

#18 Sep 12, 2009
KAL wrote:
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I read that too. His class was abruptly cancelled and someone pulled the fire alarm.
I hope we hear something soon on her whereabouts.
I wonder if some ex was jealous.
KAL

Spring Valley, NY

#19 Sep 12, 2009
Refried wrote:
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I wonder if some ex was jealous.
Someone said in the Daily News that the Prof. might have been the love interest and killed her.
He could have been coming onto her and she resisted and he killed her.
If they don't see her exiting the campus, then it brings me back to the cleaning lady in NYC. The one that was found in some air duct?
What a shame.
KAL

Spring Valley, NY

#20 Sep 12, 2009
I knew they would find her body just like I said in the above post.

www.nydailynews.com

Horrible.
Breaking news

Lancaster, CA

#21 Sep 12, 2009
News Conference on FOX any minute!

I think they found her.:(

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