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10:25 min | 2 years ago

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"Six years later are these images videos still showing up on some of the largest technology platforms in the world and are the company's doing enough to prevent it I'm Michael Bavaro that's today on the table from the New York times at two thirty on KCRW I'm Michael silver bullet this is booked for minim talking with translators Suzanne Jovin Jessica poem and Katie Lateef John about the promise and forgotten journey by Silvino cumple a novel which is called the promise and the story collection which is called forgotten journey by a tow ring figure in Argentine literature arriving at last in English here you wanna translators of a reminder that most people have not had the opportunity of knowing is so venal about to be a star we hope so you know I think part of that answer builds on the question you asked just a moment ago about was it because the living as a woman that she was overlooked in her time and that's part of it I think another part of it is that she was very uncompromising in her individuality and very very true to herself as a writer and what that meant was that she was going to write what she wanted to write and how she wanted to write it even if it wasn't received in the way that she might have wanted if she was interested in and I think that we're in a moment now where readers may be more ready for Filipino cumple her Sir realism her gothic sensibility and her quick a special way of being cleared to it's not like the typical of you know you can't say it's like lesbian literature of what you know it's sort of it's it's in a more although she'd world of its own she did not believe in fixed identity in any way that's right so it's it's in some ways really the moment for it for Serena mmhm this was not a Wonderful World for the women I mean is civilian day was soon I think mistreated and disregarded Bonnie man who should have known better who should have known better they should have heard some songs and one another seeking with such flagrant disregard for a woman whose life had been very hard same thing in a way yes Sir venal comp boom is adored by many writers company known loved her Borges loved her but they're always making special categories for her not a writer clairvoyant om I think for the she was a very diligent writer who in pursuing for twenty five years the drowning memories of a heroine of over one of the only novel was demonstrating that she handsome thing she wanted to do and she would get it done even if Jeff took her through the completion of it and in these final pages there's no avoiding the narrator if not Johnny's drowns disappears is swallowed on my V. in a bowl three ring circus of her memory the going to hear a selection from the novel the promise by Silvino cumple I began my itinerary of memories with names and even biographical descriptions down to the last detail of people I had known in my life naturally they didn't emerge from my memory in chronological order or in the pecking order of my feelings for them but instead appeared in a capricious way the last with the first and the first with the last as if my mind couldn't obey the dictates of my heart in my memory some people appeared without a name others were ageless others from a time when I didn't know them others without the certainty that they were real people and not ghosts or inventions of my imagination I didn't recall the eyes of some of them the hands of others and in the case of others their hair their height their voice in a way like Scheherazade to king Shahriyar I told stories to death so that it would spare my life and my images stories that seems to never end I will try to reconstruct in these pages the order or disorder that I constructed with such difficulty in my mind from the moment in which I glimpsed in the water as if through a glass window a sea turtle resembling the Taylor although being dome which made me recalled through whimsical association of ideas might in a donkey behind the window of fruit store who like him at a beauty mark on her left cheek I began to enumerate and to describe people muddied a donkey the fruit cellar was the first to appear involuntarily before me in my memory blonde fair skinned and jittery she would come to the door of the fruit shop whenever is passing by with my brother to wink at him her breasts were like at large fruits overflowing a decal it today and my brother would pause to look at her but what am I saying not at her but at her breasts and not at the navel oranges which were very expensive we're hearing voices in June the vene and Jessica Powell reading from their translation of the promise by sue vino combo now obviously as my listeners can hear there's a great deal of merriment and laughter that you're sharing with this writer and I would say that she has very original sense of humor yes can you attempt to describe the it's tricky she is very ironic then I think that's very true but with a with a lot of humor obviously about her irony I think I mean just the fact that she told the story about William Carlos Williams he wrote to her out desperate to translate her is that you know I I really I didn't write him back because to me he I thought he might have been some really minor Brazilian singer of of a sambas so I feel a little embarrassed you know but first she really probably knew who he was and she was just too embarrassed and **** Robinson problem of writing to this terrible slowness of the submergence it begins with William Carlos Williams doing the translation of one poem in what was a paperback magazine called New World writing it was a very good magazine at the time most of the interesting riders peered in it and we Karlos Williams is a poet was also would translator who knew a good deal of Spanish and soon this one's for a very long time the only little bit fragment of Silvina combo that we had in English what came next how did she made her way into the consciousness of North America and this is important because Covino as you were mentioning to me before to the homeland phone tree of woe compost worries in Italian did he do the translation I think probably did yeah four yeah he was he left her me they were very close friends I mean you know dear friends really and he and his wife often visited them of joy in Selena in in Argentina yeah so there was as because his wife was Argentine so that was the connection so we were the list as usual to get the news and then the proudest of receiving it but the I mean I think in the sense she started to be recognized when again there was a consciousness raising about women writers in in academe among publishers and this starts a sort of little by little start to happen in the seventies but I don't think it really flourished until maybe you know twenty years later but I mean I I mean I did for example I was trying to sell her to publishers way back then in the seventies to do an anthology of short stories and I was told often these are you know anthologies of short stories don't sell well and they were they would prefer a novel so that was one of the issues with Silvina she did not have novels with again bore he's also the problem so right and I am in carver didn't fulls so venal cumple is the writer of brilliant and beautiful short stories that we're just starting to get to know today I have been speaking to three of the recent translators of serving all cumple su sensual Levin known usually is Joel Levine translator of or at least forty volumes of translations from the Spanish to co translators and students of June Levin's Jessica panel and Katie Lateef John thank you all for joining me this was a real pleasure I hope my listeners will remember the name so venal cumple because she's the next writer you should be reading if should is a word.

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"suzanne jovin" Discussed on Far Side Chats

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07:19 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne jovin" Discussed on Far Side Chats

"Seemed that way, but I'm innocent Renaissance's the fallout from the interview was damaging for Venda Veld, many people who saw the news that night say it made him, look guilty. He seemed tired and look down at the ground when he spoke his words, I never heard her struck people as odd there was and still his much discussion of. Whether the press at the moment without breaking any rules. Nevertheless, went too far crossing the line of fairness. But what the police do know is that one person who watched the news that night, phone them stunned? At what she saw the woman who had seen Jovan walking on college street at around nine twenty five on the night of the stabbing saw Vandevelde on television and started shaking. I got chills. She said, I didn't know Vandevelde I go home and turn on the news. And I see him this guy talking to reporters. He was blonde with glasses. I could not believe what I saw I went back to my notes and saw the description. I wrote that I saw a blonde man with glasses, the man. She claims she saw walking behind Jovan near Phelps gate, the night of the murder, so closely resembled Vanda Velz image on television that she believes it was him that this is a crucial element of the police case against Vandevelde. A tentative I- dentist Asian that could be highly biased by the television news context in which it was made. It is obviously not enough for an arrest in response to the claims of this witness David, Greg Berg says, flatly it was not Jim. I miss everything about Suzanne says, Rebecca Jovan who is in the middle of her freshman year at college when her sister was killed when she left for college. I cried for weeks on end. I feel the same way now. But now I know this perations permanent. She says, I often think about the way in which Suzanne died and the questions that will never be answered. And that really traumatizes me I cannot deal with that at all. I just have to let it pass when it comes to my mind, Suzanne Jovan family has said, little publicly about the investigation into where death indeed her parents spoke Vanity Fair with deep reluctance, and then only clarify aspects of their daughters. Life that they thought were important understand for us. Their remains a void in our life, that can never be filled. Thomas and Donna Jovan say the Jovan not mentioned Vandevelde name public. But an anguished letter from Donna Jovan, though was published in Connecticut. Newspapers on April fourteenth seemed to many to be directed at Vandevelde smother I personally appeal in this open letter to the mother of Susan's killer, assuming that she resides in the greater New Haven area. She wrote as a moral and rational human being, you will not be able to live with yourself. If you withhold knowledge or suspicion of your son's complicity come forward to the police talk to them, demand that your son tell the truth lowest, Vandevelde says a friend saw the letter but she didn't read the whole thing. She is trying to keep on with her life. This has been awful for her. Ever since he. Oh, cancelled van Velde's courses for the spring term last January claiming that it would be a distraction to students to have a murder suspect in the classroom. He has had little to do other than focus on the horror of being the chief suspect in a savage killing he insists he didn't commit. His friends who believe in his innocence say that Vandevelde is beyond desperate at this point. Jim has got to be formally absolved or else, his life will forever be under the cloud says kin spits barred James Thomas dean of admissions at Yale Law. School says this guy has been ruined suppose. It turns out some vagabond it, Jim can never get back. What he lost to get a search warrant or an arrest warrant on officer must present relevant facts under oath before a judge that has not been done says, David, Greg Burke to brand someone a suspect all you have to do is pick up the phone and call the local newspaper. There's something very wrong without when the potential consequence is the destruction of someone's life by graduation day may twenty fourth. The police posters of Jovan that had been tacked to the trees of old. Old campus had long since been torn by the wind or rip down. All the pride and pomp and glory of yells, two hundred ninety eight year. History was on display that day as the one thousand three hundred sixty one members of Joe wtn's class paraded in their Black Caps and gowns across the New Haven, green through Phelps gate and into old campus looking exhausted and somewhat hungover. They stopped imposed for their proud parents who are standing with cameras on the sidelines as degrees were conferred a loud. Roar filled the old campus, courtyard as Jovan classmates rose from their seats and cheered Suzanne Jovan was on many people's mind that day in the smaller ceremony at Devonport after the main commencement yell convert a degree on Jovan. She graduated cum laude with distinction and both her majors her classmates had placed a slab of. Blackstone, as a memorial to her in Davenport smaller courtyard nestled in a flower bed under Linden, and Dogwood. It reads Suzanne in Jovan in loving memory, January twenty six nineteen seventy seven to December fourth nineteen ninety eight the candle that students had placed on the stone had been extinguished by the rain that poured down on graduation day, a torrent that also drenched the bouquets of flowers and alone, rose still says a friend, it was as though Susan was there in the months since the murder says, one woman who graduated that day a lot of us would wake up in the morning saying today. Maybe we'll find out that so and so killed Suzanne. And then we realized that we might not know before we leave yell now, we might never know. All right. Well, that's all we've got for you. But as always we wanna talk about farside cares in like I said last week because of pride month. We want to talk about a foundation that I think does really great work. And we really think that you should look up and try to do something for him, whether that's volunteer or donate whatever you can do. I think it's a really great cause. So in honor of pride month as I said before we'd like to talk about Pride Foundation.

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15:16 min | 3 years ago

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"Of this complaint. But after Jovan was killed the local press reported that apparently two women who worked for local television stations at spoken to the police about the relationship with van-de-velde the other woman is believed to be a friend of the first he sent the second woman flowers anonymously. She learned his identity from the florist and later discovered that he was involved with her friend. We have asked both the police and through the state's attorney's office if there is a complaint give us the dates is screwed Berg. Maybe he was out of state. We don't know one of the cops claims that he. Spoke with Jim and told them to keep away. But Jim says that never happened Jim was never arrested. He was never questioned then develop a flat out denies that he stalked. His former girlfriend says cred Berg, but the attorney also believes that whatever this woman told the police has become a central element, their suspicions about then develop. I think they are convinced that he is a weird guy. He says, I think she understandably got upset says a friend of felts who believes he really cared about this woman. He would phone her run into her on the street. He wasn't taking no for an answer David Grinberg iris son in law partner who went to high school and college with Venda Velde objects to this account, then Velde, he says, only ran into this woman and phoned her once Greg Berg denies that Vandevelde was pursuing her. The thing with Jim is this circumstantial evidence coinciding with his personal. Life says the friend here he is not letting go of a woman, and then people wonder was at the same Suzanne. Jovan was accepted into Vandevelde seminar strategy and policy in the conduct of war in September nineteen ninety eight she was among the one. Eight hundred sixty nine students who had applied for the forty places in that course and van-de-velde other seminar, the art of diplomacy during his time as dean of saybrook fend. Velde had also taught in the political science department, and he developed a reputation as one of the best lecturers at Yale. His teaching style was riveting, and creative to demonstrate how force changes the balance of power and international relations. He wants pulled out a fake, handgun in the middle of class, simulated negotiation. He organized diplomatic receptions for a students, and gave each of them, the assignment of answering a question about someone else in their class without letting that person realized that he or she was being pumped for information. He took them on field trips, including one to a nearby. Naval base tour nuclear submarine and says one student. We got to touch a cruise missile Jovan. Friends say began the semester like many students and thrall with Vandevelde indeed. She was impressed enough that she decided to do her senior essay with him as her advisor, actually, she had taken the unusual step of writing to senior essays the other international. Studies. She chose the subject and Venda Veld's area of expertise, the international terrorist Ozama bin, Laden who's believed to have mastermind the bombing of the American embassies in Kenya and Tanzania Vandevelde appeared equally taken with Jovan. I think he likes Susan's enthusiasm. It was flattering that a student would be so deeply involved in his topics as a student who was in the class, at some point in the semester. However, Jovan, Hasim seemed to falter. She didn't go on either of the two field trips she's lot. They were a waste of time says a friend of hers, she also had reservations about a project on terrorism. The project which was optional. But which the class had voted to pursue involved using the internet to show, how easy it would be for a terrorist to get information to create a weapon of mass destruction. We decided to.

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14:47 min | 3 years ago

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"You're talking about things Susan knew about. She would knock you out if she disagreed, she had very strong opinions says, Rebecca Jovan, sometimes she lacked self-confidence, but overall. She was the strongest person I ever met. She was, so not a victim says a friend Jovan says another friend had a very, very strong sense of Justice and righteousness. She could just be furious if she thought somebody she cared about or herself was treated unfairly. She would make that clear that she wouldn't put up with everything we try to encourage self confidence in our daughters to the extent of recognizing their worth, and capabilities, and of exerting, their rights, while awaiting era Gaunt's. We encourage them to never feel limited by their sex. Her parents say. We were very proud of Suzanne and mired her greatly. She suffered no fools and could identify them with ease pains, terribly imagine that she may have met her fate as a victim of her very positive, but critical outlook on the night. She was killed Jovan spent the early part of the evening at trinity Lutheran church, four blocks from the campus at pizza, making party. She had organized for best buddies, an international organization that pair students with mentally disabled adults, she had worked with the Yale chapter since her freshman year, and ran it by the time she was a senior, she would spend hours on the phone with her, buddy Lee taking him to yell games with her friends, and arranging outings, and social events. People later told the police that Jovan seemed tired bed evening, but that she appeared to be in a good mood. She left the church sometime before eight thirty after cheat. Helped clean up and then used a borrowed university card drive other volunteers home. She left the car in parking lot, and then walked to her apartment on the second floor of two story yell owned building on park street. Sometime between eight thirty eight fifty a group of friends passed by we waved to her and said, we're going to the movies do you wanna come one of them or members? She was at her window and waved back. She couldn't come. She was planning to work on her senior essay at nine oh two. She sent an Email to a friend telling her she was leaving some books for her in her apartment lobby. She logged off at nine ten. If she made received any phone calls from within Yale's telephone system, they may be untraceable, because the phones function like extensions of Yale's central exchange numbers. Oh, that sucks. Right. By nine fifteen Jovan had made her way too old campus where she ran into a classmate Peter Stein, who was out for a walk. She told him, she was going to the Yale police communication center at Phelps gate. Turn in the keys to the university car. She did not mentioned plans to go anywhere. Do anything else afterwards Stein later told the daily news the yield daily news to be specific. She just said that she was very, very tired, and that she was looking forward to getting a lot of sleep Stein walked off. And when he turned around Suzanne was gone says Blair Golson, who covered the murder for the newspaper. Suzanne was seen, again, between nine twenty five and nine thirty walking north on college street as she was going home, it appeared. She was taking around about way, the witness who says she saw her close to nine thirty was a student who had left the yell. Princeton hockey game early and was walking home alone to an off campus party. She pass Jovan. But didn't think much of it until the next night, when she read about the murder in the yield newspaper nearly hysterical. She called the police at two in the morning. They told me to write down everything I saw everything she were calls what she saw was a Hispanic or black guy in a hooded sweatshirt going north behind him. Also walking north was Jovan and walking in the same direction. Several paces behind her was, she says, a blonde man with glasses, a white guy dressed Miceli less than a half hour after this witness saw her Jovan, lay dying one point seven miles away. According to the police, there was no evidence of sexual assault. The viciousness of the stabbing suggested that robbery had not been her murders motive police believed. She was stabbed from behind at the spot where she was found it appeared, she had gotten out of a car before or after having an argument with a man, she had not appeared have called for help, or to have put up a struggle. The police said she didn't. Scrape her hands. They didn't think she was running away says a woman for whom detectives questioned from the outset it appeared that the police believe that Jovan was murdered by a man one whose motive was probably jealousy or desire or anger. Every guy she knew was interviewed by the cops. The cops were all over them says the woman friend, they asked if they'd slept with her. Her mentoring, buddy was briefly suspect, but he was cleared by the police almost immediately, as was Roman ca deal. Oh, her boyfriend since freshman year, he took a leave from Yale after the murder Roman really loved Susan says a friend his family adorned her. When the murder happened Romans parents were in New York before Susan's family was able to get there. In the months since then developed was linked in the press to the killing his friends as shocked and disbelieving Jovanka have rallied around him. They have written letters to the local media defending him. They have sat with him when he's broken down crying from the stress afraid to go out in public. You walk down the street and get the feeling. Everybody's looking at you and thinks you're murderer says IRA. Greg Berg, then develops friends say, he is the last person they could imagine breaking the law, let alone killing someone you know, the old TV show happy days asks asks, kin spits, barred of friend of Venda Veld's since second grade Jim is Ritchie Cunningham could you conceive of freaky Cunningham doing something violent and horrible. Then developed was president of the student council amity regional high school in the wealthy. New suburb of Woodbridge. He was captain of the soccer team played on the tennis and baseball teams and was a member of the national Honor Society. His date to the senior prom was the most beautiful cheerleader at amity. His pictures in the high school yearbook are of a stereotypical American golden, boy, big athletic somewhat shy looking the second of James and lowest, fend Veld's, three children, and their only son then felled grew up in orange, Connecticut. His mother worked as an administrative assistant at Yale and his father in the media business for the local ABC affiliate. And also for Showtime, a driven workaholic he died of lung cancer when his son was in graduate school. The family was stanchly Roman Catholic, Jim says a friend really was an altar boy, Vandevelde majored in political science at Yale. He's saying in the universities well known Russian chorus his freshman year and twice travelled Asia on internships. He was a serious student who graduated with honors after Yale Vandevelde, went to Boston to tufts Fletcher, school of law, and diplomacy from, which in nineteen eighty seven he received his PHD in international security, studies in nineteen eighty eight he was selected for prestigious presidential management, internship, and was assigned to work at the Pentagon and at the State Department where he stayed for four years, working on US Soviet disarmament issues in nineteen. Eighty-eight Vandevelde, also joined the.

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09:08 min | 3 years ago

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"Abled adults Suzanne was just an angel says Michael bloom and nineteen ninety eight Yale graduate, who had known Jovan since her freshman year what no one was prepared for was the shocking news that one of Yale's own James Vandevelde Jovan, 's, thirty eight year old senior essay advisor was a suspect in her killing Vandevelde was a brilliant. Well, like political science lecturer, who had previously held positions at the Pentagon, and the State Department. He was also a nineteen eighty two graduate of Yale, and a former dean of yells saybrook college in the week following the stabbing Vandevelde vehemently denied any involvement in the crime and twice wind. Be questioned by the police without bringing a lawyer, he gave the police permission to search his red Jeep Wrangler and his apartment, which was a half mile away from the crime scene. According to one of his attorneys then developed also offered to take a blood test and polygraph offers. His lawyer says the police did not act on interesting. Very interesting as the weeks were on Joe wtn's murdered became more more mysterious FBI specialists, and profiling the perpetrators of serial murders and unusual often psychologically based crimes, tried to be together portrait of the killer, doctor Henry Lee, Connecticut's public safety Commissioner and a well known for index expert who worked on the Nicole Simpson and Jon Benet Ramsey murder investigations examine the clothes that Jovan was wearing the night. She was killed the New Haven police searched the sewers around the crime scene and enlisted local treasure hunters to comb the neighborhood. With metal detectors opening to find witnesses. They set up roadblocks and interviewed scores of people, including yell students. And faculty members in March at the request of New Haven. Police chief Melvin wearing who acknowledged that the investigators had hit a dead end. Connecticut, governor John Rowland offered a fifty thousand reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Jovan killer still seven months later. No rest had been made this is profoundly unusual case. It's like the John Ramsey case of New Haven, says one observer in January police confirm that Ben developed was in a pool of suspects, although the police have never said it publicly today, it is a pool in which seems to be swimming alone. How could he have done it in why and how he could have covered a strike? So thoroughly are baffling questions that the police have so far not publicly answered it sounds like they have zero evidence zero against Jim says his attorney IRA grid Berg, who is one of Connecticut's top criminal. Lawyers, and yet, the police persist, the situation has been so extraordinary perplexing says, Richard broadhead, the dean of Yale's undergraduate college someone has been murdered. No one knows who did it months after the fact allegations have been put in motion. There's a confirmation by the police that he is a suspect. But then there's no arrest. When I think of Suzanne, I mostly remember how much fun she was says a woman who was a friend of Jovan since freshman year Suzanne laughed a lot at Naples. She'd go nuts. When we got on the dance floor. We went carrying freshman year and had so much fun. We glommed onto some crazy Christian group, and we ran around singing and somehow ended up drinking schnapps all night. It is an evening and late April right before exam week and three friends of Jovan have agreed to meet over dinner at calf ado lists. An elegant air tree in restaur-. Ront near the campus to talk about her over elaborate platters of African food. They were call how beautiful Jovan singing voice was how much she loved to go to theatre how much fun she was to laugh with. Susan was sparkly says one friend. She was cool says, another tonight, Jove's friends want to focus on happy memories of her, but they start to cry, when one of them brings out her pictures, the photographs show, beautiful young woman with deep blue slightly dreamy is an dazzling smile, Suzanne in an emerald. Green dress on the way to casino night freshman year Suzanne and Florida sophomore year in Sudan, at a dinner party, just two weeks before she was killed. She did everything in our own way, says one friend. She was different says, another Suzanne now hewa Jovan had not lived in the United States before she arrived at Yale in the fall of nineteen ninety five she was born in. As in gotten Jin, a beautiful medieval town in the western part of Germany. Her parents, Thomas, and Donna, Jovan, our American scientists, molecular and cell biologist who worked there at the Max Planck institute for biophysical chemistry, the elder of the Jovan two daughters. Suzanne grew up living in a fourteenth century castle by the time she was a teenager. She had traveled extensively throughout Europe and spent vacations and Mexico where her grandparents live, Suzanne was raised as an American in Germany, with all that, implies her father wrote, she grew up speaking English and German fluently, although German was the language. She usually spoke with her sisters, and closest friend Rebecca who is twenty educated in the rigorous German school system. Suzanne began to study Latin in the fifth grade, and French in the seventh, she played the piano and the cello. In high school at the theater Hughes, chimneys Eum. She took a double major biology and chemistry passing her exams with top marks and press accounts after her murder Jovan was described in ways that major seem very serious, even dull, but she was not that at all. She was really lively says, Rebecca Jovan in high school. She sang with several rock bands. She was full of exciting. Contradictions says her friend David Bach, a Yale graduate, who is from Germany. She was extremely serious academically, but also just a great person a half fun with and hang out with she was very traditional stylish and Finnan, but then also very rebellious and liberal, it was always assumed that Jovan would go to college in the United States. Her mother had gotten her PHD from Yale and Ellen and Diana Jovan, her older half sisters from her. Father's first marriage with whom she was close graduated. From Harvard today. Suzanne's grief-stricken parents say they deeply regret having encouraged her to go to the university. But Suzanne loved Gail from the moment she arrived, she immediately got involved in volunteer, work, something, her mother had done when she was at Yale and had urged her daughter to do. Although she started out intending to major in one of the sciences. She switched to a double major political science international studies after doing poorly in an advanced course and cell biology Suzanne and I both decided to take graduate level cell bio class freshman, year, a friend remembers, laughing we were both from Europe and thought we could do it cell bio, that was the only time I saw her not competent. I think Suzanne held herself to very high standards, partly because her parents were both these brilliant. Scientists says another friend at the time of her death Jovan was considering a career in the. Diplomatic service, and was finishing applications to graduate schools in the field, including her parents, say tufts Columbia and Georgetown. She wasn't interested in making money. She hadn't been raised that way. Her family says she always came down to, you know, helping people and being influential as more important says Bach in their early reports of Joe wtn's murder, newspapers and television stations. Use the same photograph of her. It may Jovan appear fragile delegate Spero of a woman. Her friends were taken aback by the picture. It didn't look anything like Susan really was one recalls to begin with friends insist that Jovan who was five feet, five inches and weighed one hundred twenty five pounds was physically quite strong. She jogged playing squash skied and sometimes to step aerobics classes at Yale's Payne Whitney gym, whoever killed her. Her friends say, was very strong or says one. Someone who knew what they were doing nor was Jovan as shy and hesitant as the photograph made her seem strong, willed isn't the word says a friend if.

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"suzanne jovin" Discussed on Far Side Chats

"Did we stuck after you hear that little? All this is part of the chat. Christian and already, you know off to a great start. And that's coffee because it's a name morning, Sunday morning. Then they Sundays unders. We had tornadoes last night. Right. So maybe we're a little tired. Yeah. Not quality sleep. Yeah. Liz, has a smart house. So when the power goes out, which happened last night, all of her. Exactly the minute the power comes back on every single light in the entire house is back on as well at one hundred percent. So it's a little jarring to say in the middle of tornadoes. And I just woke up with a sore throat. So, so here we are, obviously, we're thriving. We're killing it. We're almost thirty. Thirty three out. There we go. Oh, so we apologize. If we're out of sorts today, but you know what the show must go on? And so it does end. So it does. So today, we're talking about a cold murder case that's been unsolved for twenty years. Let's dive in. The weather in New Haven. Connecticut was unusually warm, the evening of December fourth nineteen ninety eight children played in the streets, and people were out walking their dogs at Yale University, whose vast campus with its Neo gothic architectures for all through the center of the city students were out in shorts and t shirts throwing frisbees on the colleges lawns. The balmy weather made it a perfect night for undergraduates to celebrate the end of false masterclasses before reading week and final exams parties were being thrown and several feels residential colleges and in off campus soon apartments at the David s in goals rink situated about a mile north turrets, and bell towers of the main campus hundreds of students, and faculty were out in force to cheer their hockey team on against Princeton for nearly three hours from. Thirty until approximately tin. They sat in the bleachers under the soaring roof from which the banners of yells hockey rivals and it's twelve residential colleges. Hang screaming themselves horse the spectators watched the Princeton Tigers defeat the Yale BULLDOGS five to ten less than a mile north of Ingalls rink in the wealthy east rock neighborhood with its huge mansions in manicured lawns. People were also out enjoying the warm weather. Several of those later interviewed by the police said, they saw nothing unusual login Oxley, who lives at the corner of eggshell and east roads says, she in her husband's, but most of that evening in their kitchen listening to Bach because that's normal. Yes, seems that's cool. For some reason, she had shut the kitchen door if she hadn't Oxley believed she would have seen or heard something that might have enabled her to help the police, or perhaps even to prevent what happened as it was. Oxley only heard a loud banging on her front or just after ten pm. She walked out of her kitchen and saw immediately through her sitting room window, the flashing lights of the police cars, and the ambulance across the street as soon as I opened the door. A police officer said, there's a lady down, Oxley, crawls, terrified that something happened to her twenty eight year old daughter Daphne, who had not returned from walking the family dog Oxley ran across the street where young woman wearing jeans and boots lane near the curb Oxley saw right away that it was not her daughter. The woman was Suzanne Jovan. A twenty one year old senior at Yale was horribly injured about fifteen minutes later at ten twenty six Jovan was pronounced dead at Yale Newhaven hospital. She'd been murdered savagely stabbed seventeen times in the back and neck during the past months. Oxley has gone over and over in her mind, the details of what she saw that night. And of what she afterwards learned. She knows that. Some of her neighbors heard an argument between the man and a woman around nine forty five and shortly after that a screen, she knows from the newspapers that no weapon has been recovered. The mystery of how someone was able to stab Suzanne Jovan seventeen times, and they well, lit neighborhood.

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