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Kim’s lawyer, Allison D. Burroughs, wrote in an emailed statement last month that Kim hopes to return to Harvard, but he must face the Administrative Board to be readmitted.
Joseph N. Fonge and his wife Barbara E. Fonge reported false income figures to the University to defraud the College of financial aid funding for their child, who graduated from the College in 2013.
The 26-year-old white woman told police that she was struck from behind by an unknown male while walking on Banks Street at 1:30 a.m.
Between stolen Disney tickets, breaking into Northwest Labs, and unrecognized roommates, it seems that a lot's been going on around campus.
The student, Matthew J. Diaz, was arrested on charges of assaulting a Harvard University Police officer in North Hall on Dec. 2.
The letter, addressed to President Barack Obama, calls for the use of body-worn cameras by police and the prosecution of police officers who “deprive black men and women of their constitutional right to life.”
An estimated 600 protesters streamed through Harvard Square Friday evening in what appears to be the largest gathering yet in Cambridge in response to two decisions by grand juries not to indict police officers who killed unarmed black men.
Michele Hall, a student at the Law School, holds a sign protesting the verdict in Ferguson, Mo. Protesters gathered from the Graduate School of Education and the Law School on Monday at noon.
A banner reads "Your Peace Is Violence." Protesters gathered from the Graduate School of Education and the Law School for a rally on Monday at noon.
Protesters marching with their hands up from the Graduate School of Education to Harvard Law School in on Monday at noon.
Protesters gathered from the Graduate School of Education and the Law School on Monday at noon in peaceful yet vocal demonstration of solidarity with Ferguson, Mo.
Kim wrote that he could “only cringe at [his] sheer stupidity and immaturity” and felt he “betrayed the very community that [he] had intimately become a part of and come to love.”
The investigation, which was previously unreported, came in response to one of at least 18 Title IX complaints filed against Harvard and reviewed by the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights since 2002.
Between unchecked bags, stolen soda, and suspicious smells, it seems that a lot's been going on around campus.