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Cho Hyun Shin (left) said the April 2000 death of his daughter, Elizabeth Shin, probably was an accident.

Parents strike settlement with MIT in death of daughter

By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / April 4, 2006

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Parents who sued MIT over the apparent suicide of their daughter, arguing that the university did not do enough to protect her, have settled the case that riveted college officials nationwide. In a surprising twist, MIT and the parents of Elizabeth Shin now agree that the young woman's death probably was an accident, not a suicide. (Full article: 923 words)

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