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Famous women give voice to slain student's legacy

By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / July 20, 2007

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Michelle Gardner-Quinn wanted to make protecting the environment her life's work. As a young college student, she traveled to Costa Rica, Brazil, and South Africa to study nature in its purest forms. She was an avid supporter of Al Gore and his warnings about global warming. And last October, as a senior at the University of Vermont, she wrote a ... (Full article: 629 words)

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