Wednesday seemed like a regular day for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Just two days after two explosions killed three and injured over a hundred at the Boston Marathon, the bombing suspect and University of Massachusetts Dartmouth sophomore worked out, slept in his dorm, and was even spotted at a party on campus. By Thursday night, Tsarnaev had been identified by the FBI and Friday, as the police searched for him, the UMass campus was put on lockdown. As the story develops, fellow UMass students continue to marvel at the possibility that their classmate could be responsible for Monday's atrocity.
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