Marie Colvin was ‘a character’ at Yale

Marie Colvin (second row, third from left)/Yale Daily News photo

As a Yale student in the 1970s, Marie Colvin was a “noise-maker” with a strong personality, one of her friends tells the Yale Daily News. “She was very noisy — not in a rude way, but like ‘I’m here, pay attention,'” says Bobby Shriver. “She wore a lot of all-black outfits, high heels, scarves, smoking thousands of cigarettes a day. She was a character.”

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