It seemed that Alexandre Quiros had the world at his feet — a 3.8 grade-point-average, a scholarship to Rochester Institute of Technology, an upcoming commission in the Air Force. But Quiros was found dead in his dorm room earlier this spring, and the coroner ruled it a suicide. The Air Force Academy was stunned, and […]

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