Yale University will hold a memorial service Monday evening to remember murdered graduate student Annie Le. The service for the former pharmacology student, who was found dead on what would have been her wedding day, is scheduled for 5 p.m. in Battell Chapel at Yale. University officials say it's open only to the Yale community.
The 24-year-old student from Placerville, Calif., vanished Sept. 8. Her body was found five days later behind a wall of a basement laboratory.
Raymond Clark III, a 24-year-old former Yale University lab technician, has been charged with the stunning borad-daylight killing. Clark has not yet entered a plea, but his attorney has said he plans to plead not guilty.
At memorial services last month, held by both Le's family and the family of her fiance, Le was remembered as a bright, vivacious, ambitious dynamo whose death cheated those who loved her, as well as those who never had a chance to meet her.
Le worked on a team that experimented on mice as part of research into enzymes that could have implications for treatment of cancer, diabetes and muscular dystrophy.
An animal lab technician at Yale since 2004, Clark cleaned floors and mouse cages. Some of Clark's co-workers have described him as rigidly enforcing the rules in the lab where research mice were caged.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.