Robin M. Peguero
J. Claire Provost ’07 says she did nothing technically illicit on the night of her arrest, when the pint-sized blonde
So, apparently my mother is white. Despite two decades filled with her consoling image, images and particulars still nestled firmly
Editor's Note: Since the publication of this story in September 2006, new information has arisen regarding the case in question.
A judge has dismissed the case of four undergraduates who were allegedly found in possession of marijuana in a DeWolfe dorm room this past January.
Prior to entering the room of three undergraduates suspected of committing drug violations last Friday, Harvard University Police Department (HUPD)
Police filed criminal charges against four undergraduates yesterday after a Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) detective picked up what he suspected to be the scent of marijuana emanating from a DeWolfe dorm room and subsequently entered the room last Friday evening.
EDITOR'S NOTE (9/27/2006) All charges were dropped against Jose T. Sousa in connection with an alleged attack on an openly
Dec. 9: 10:22 a.m.—An individual in the Dunster House Dining Hall informed police that he or she was receiving harassing
A homeless man camped outside of the Quad Library, partially unclothed and brandishing a three-inch knife, landed himself an arrest last
Nov. 18: 3:12 a.m.—Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) officers were sent to the Yard to investigate a report of vandalism.
Facebook.com’s rival social networking site, ConnectU LLC, has subpoenaed The Harvard Crimson for all materials related to the newspaper’s reporting
Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) officers really know how to party on a Saturday night. Their music: the unintelligible buzzing
Oct. 28: 10:51 a.m.—Reports of a suspicious person in the Warren Alpert Building sent Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) officers
A woman unaffiliated with Harvard was followed down Garden Street and indecently assaulted by a suspect still at large last
Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) arrested two Harvard graduate students for disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace following a party