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Remembering Srinivas Kuchibhotla

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The Indian Student Association is joining various organizations to hold a vigil in honor of Srinivas Kuchibhotla at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 11, at Centennial Plaza.

The UTEP alum was killed on Wednesday Feb. 22, during a hate crime in Kansas.

Kuchibhotla was 32 years old. He graduated with a master’s degree in electrical and electronic engineering in 2007, while specializing in digital signal and image processing.

He was originally born in India and was now working for a GPS-making company in Kansas.

Kuchibhotla leaves behind his wife Sunayana and will be remembered as being loving, caring and compassionate  to everyone.

For more information e-mail creddy0829@gmail.com or call 915-929-6465.

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