Snow blankets the Charles River and the newly restored John W. Weeks Footbridge in Cambridge on Monday evening. The river was completely frozen over after snow began to fall in the afternoon.
John Huey will be a fellow at the Joan Shorenstein Center for Press, Politics and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School this semester. Huey served as the editor-in-chief for Time, Inc. from 2006 until June 2012
Students collect syllabi on the first day of shopping week Monday. As a result of the Government 1310 cheating scandal, all professors were required to include on their syllabi an explicit collaboration policy.
Donald F. Hornig '40
Donald F. Hornig '40, a former President of Brown University, died on Wednesday, January 23rd at age 92. Hornig, who served as a scientific adviser to three U.S. Presidents, was a leader of the Manhattan Project to develop an atomic bomb in the 1940s.