Misrach Ewunetie, a Princeton University student who went missing, was found dead

Law enforcement sources told sources that Princeton student Misrach Ewunetie was found dead on Thursday, six days after she went missing.
According to NBC, the body of the 20-year-old was discovered close to the edge of the Ivy League campus, and there were no initial signs of trauma.
The high-achieving student was last seen on Oct. 14, which sparked a large-scale nationwide search in New Jersey.
Drones and watercraft had been used by authorities to search the school’s vast grounds.
Ewunetie, a junior at the prestigious school, was last seen brushing her teeth in Scully Hall in the early morning.Her brother said that before it went silent, her phone buzzed near an off-campus housing complex about a 30-minute walk from her dorm.
The housing complex was searched by police three times without success, and school administrators had issued numerous alerts urging anyone with information regarding her disappearance to come forward.

The family of Ewunetie, who is originally from Ethiopia but now lives in Ohio, informed the authorities on Saturday when they learned that she had failed to show up for an appointment to submit her application for US citizenship.
Universe Ewunetie, her brother, recently stated to the Sun, “She is the gem of the house, their only daughter, and the youngest.”She is adored greatly.
On ABC’s “Good Morning America,” the distraught brother pleaded for her return in a desperate interview just hours before her body was discovered on Thursday.
He stated, “We just want the law to be quicker because time is of the essence.”Any assistance we receive is welcome.
He had described the lush Ivy-League grounds as “very insular,” and he had commented that it was odd that his sister’s phone rang outside of campus.
Therefore, it is extremely odd that her phone is off campus.As if everything were on campus, he declared.

According to Ewunetie’s LinkedIn profile, she was pursuing a certificate in “Applications of Computing” and was majoring in sociology.
In her bio, she stated, “I aim to bring value to the corporate world through innovative problem solving and data analysis skills that will continue to grow as I pursue my education at Princeton.”
The outstanding student worked as a summer business analyst at McKinsey & Company’s Ohio office the previous two summers.
She planned to enroll at Princeton in fall 2020 and graduate in 2024.
She was a part of the Princeton Ethiopian and Eritrean Student Association, the Pre-College Research Institute, and a group called Matriculate on campus. Matriculate matches students with “low-income, high achieving high schoolers to serve as virtual advisers for them through the college application process,” according to its website.

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