Summary:

Now that the parents of Elizabeth Shin are suing MIT for their daughter's death and it has hit Associated Press , I think that everyone should be aware that Elizabeth Shine was taking Celexa, one of the newer SSRIs, at the time of her death.

From the Boston Globe Archives: "Shin +Celexa" and this is the summary.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Your search for (YMD_date=(01/01/1998 - 01/01/2002)) and ((Shin AND Celexa)) returned 1 article(s), listed below, out of 1 matching your terms. To purchase the full-text of an article, follow the link that says "Click for complete article."
Your search results:
ANGUISH, BUT FEW ANSWERS, IN MIT SUICIDE\ SCHOOL SHUT THEM OUT, STUDENT'S PARENTS SAY
Published on May 21, 2000. Author(s): David Abel and Daryl Khan, Globe Correspondents

LIVINGSTON, N.J. - Not long before MIT sophomore Elizabeth Shin set herself ablaze in her dormitory room April 10, classmates say, she had shown signs of distress, sometimes sobbing so loudly she kept other students awake.
The 19-year-old, known as much for her intellectual promise as her musical grace, was prescribed an antidepressant by the school's clinic and had been persuaded to start an outpatient mental therapy program.
But no one from the Massachusetts Institute of
Click for complete article (1624 words)
[ Search the Globe again ]

New York Times Archive search
If you're looking for more information, try searching the New York Times archive as well. Separate registration and purchase are required.