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Administrators will increase security presence relative to typical levels across the College next Wednesday night in anticipation of the pre-Housing Day celebration known as "River Run."
The theft, which was reported to the Harvard University Police Department last Thursday morning, remains an "open investigation," according to HUPD spokesperson Steven G. Catalano.
February is a short month, but the with the Valentine’s Day spike in hormones and snow day delirium, HUPD still had a lot on their plate. The occasional failed romantic gesture here, an indecent exposure there; you never know what the HUPD logs will bring. As part of our Securitas Series, we've combed through recent HUPD logs and published some of the more colorful entries below.
The Harvard University Police Department has observed an increase in reports of missing items, particularly at graduate apartment-style housing, according to spokesperson Steven G. Catalano.
A Harvard Longwood campus employee was attacked from behind and robbed of his wallet as he was unlocking his bike from a rack on Friday night.
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.
German authorities will now take the helm in the ongoing investigation to apprehend and prosecute the sender of the racially charged threat sent in October.
Between unchecked bags, stolen soda, and suspicious smells, it seems that a lot's been going on around campus.
Peter Harris, 47, was arrested on Oct. 18 for assault and battery on a police officer and disorderly conduct after he allegedly hit a HUPD officer outside 1300 Mass. Ave.
Eldo Kim, who was charged last week for allegedly sending emailed bomb threats last December, reached an “unusual” yet “fair” arrangement, law experts say.
Several student attendees said all professors and teaching fellows, not just students, should have been notified of the threats through an official email from administrators.
Between annoying texts, stolen cleaning supplies, and wall twerking, it seems that a lot's been going on around campus.