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Boston Marathon Bombing Anniversary
Crime

Boston Marathon Bombing Anniversary

Wednesday was the two-year anniversary of the beginning of the Boston Marathon bombings. In this file photo, a woman writes on the "Boston Strong" wall placed in the Science Center Plaza in April 2013. The wall was intended to provide a space for Harvard affiliates to write notes to those affected by the Marathon Bombings, and to give thanks.

Crime

Steinberg Addresses Video Controversy at Law School

Robin Steinberg, a New York public defender who was initially disinvited in February as an honoree of a separate Law School event, addressed her connection to a controversial online video.

Piper Kerman Receives Humanist Award
Crime

Scene and Heard: Piper Kerman

I have never seen the show. I have never read the book. And, in case anyone was wondering, I have never been to a women’s prison. So why did I choose to go hear Piper Kerman, author of the book “Orange is the New Black,” speak on the busy Monday night of March 30? To be completely honest, I just wanted to get my newly purchased copy of the book signed. Luckily, I got much more out of it than just a signed book.

Courthouse of the Tsarnaev Trial
Crime

Jury Finds Tsarnaev Guilty on Marathon Bombings Charges

A federal jury found Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev guilty Wednesday on a slate of charges in connection with the April 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. A jury will soon decide whether to sentence him to death.

The Lightning Rod
Crime

Judge Strikes Dershowitz Allegations From Record

“Jane Doe No. 3,” who has claimed that Dershowitz had sex with her while she was underage, cannot enter the ongoing federal court case as a party, though she can testify as a witness.

Crime

Emailed Death Threat Investigation Remains Open

Over six months after hundreds of Harvard affiliates received emailed death threats, many undergraduates await an official end to the police investigation into the source of the emails.

Crime

Man Arrested for Allegedly Trespassing Grays Hall

The trespass was reported by Christian J. Floyd ’18, who said he encountered a “mysterious man” standing at the bottom of the stairs on the first floor of Grays Middle entryway Saturday.

Kimberly Theidon
Crime

Former Professor Suing University Granted Tenure At Tufts

Theidon, who was an associate anthropology professor at Harvard, will teach courses about human security at the Tufts graduate school when she begins teaching in September.

Whistleblower Tour at Harvard
Crime

Whistleblower Tour at Harvard

Jesselyn A. Radack, center, a Department of Justice whistleblower and Edward Snowden's attorney, discusses her experiences disclosing the FBI’s ethical violation while interrogating John Walker Lindh. The talk also featured Walt L. Tamosaitis, left, a whistleblower at the Waste Treatment Plant at the Hanford Nuclear Site in Eastern Washington.

Celebration Time
Crime

Photos of the Day (03/31/2015)

The Hunting Ground
Crime

The Hunting Ground

A promotional image from the filmmakers.

Crime

Dershowitz Denies Allegations In Newest Filing

The latest filing comes a few months after accusations that Dershowitz had sexual relations with then-underage "Jane Doe No. 3."

Courthouse of the Tsarnaev Trial
Crime

Remembering Marathon Attacks, Students Grapple with Death Penalty

Students from Boston or who were at Harvard said they felt the Marathon attack to be more personal.

Courthouse of the Tsarnaev Trial
Crime

Harvard Law Professors Weigh In on Tsarnaev Trial Venue

While both the U.S. District Court and the Court of Appeals have rejected the requests to relocate the Tsarnaev trial, Law School faculty members see reason behind them.

Courthouse of the Tsarnaev Trial
Crime

Courthouse of the Tsarnaev Trial

The trial of the alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev began on Wednesday morning at the John Joseph Moakley U.S. Courthouse in South Boston. The trial is expected to last several months as the defense attempts to persuade the jurors to forgo the death penalty.

Massachusetts Hall
FAS

Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

John Stilgoe Office
College

John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States
College

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard