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Robin M. Peguero

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HUPD Arrests College Student

Police arrested a 22-year-old undergraduate outside Pforzheimer House Wednesday evening after he reportedly failed to show proper student identification and

Police Log

Sept. 30: 3:42 a.m.—Complaints regarding a collapsing ceiling and leaking water sent Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) officers to Cabot

Violent Crime at Harvard Rises

Breaking with national trends, Harvard’s violent crime rate shot up 38 percent last year, according to annual crime statistics released

POLICE LOG

Sept. 16: 2:22 a.m.—Reports of an outdoor fight in the area of Mt. Auburn and Dunster Streets sent Harvard University

Two Arrested on Plympton

Two college-aged men from New Hampshire served a stint in Cambridge jail last Saturday after they attempted to gain entry

Law Profs Weigh in on Hearings

While John G. Roberts Jr. ’76 faced a combative Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday in his confirmation hearing to sit as

Rebuilding a Lost City

Bourbon Street may have been the stuff of New Orleans lore, a symbol of the city’s quirky decadence, a neon-lit

'A's Still Abound 4.0 Years Later

When the members of this year’s graduating class were still high school seniors, their college of choice was being dubbed

Emotions Run High At Murder Trial

A maelstrom of national media descended upon Cambridge last fall, when the court of public opinion portrayed the murder trial

‘A’s Still Abound Headline 4.0 Years Later

2001 by instituting a Latin honors cutoff of 60 percent and switching from its old 15-point scale to the more

A Kennedy Content to Stay in the Shadows

For a Kennedy, she sure doesn’t adore the limelight. In fact, Caroline B. Kennedy ’80, daughter of late President John

Stabbing Shocks Campus

A crisp fall night of booze, strip joints, and revelry for the 1976 football team ended tragically in the stabbing

Freshman Arrested for Alleged Assault

hile many students devoted the night before move-out to packing their suitcases, one freshman spent his last night in Cambridge

Pring-Wilson May Face Murder Retrial

The same judge who mandated an eight-year prison sentence for the Harvard graduate student convicted of manslaughter last October may

POLICE LOG

May 20: 11:38 p.m. —Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) officers discovered three people in the process of spray painting a

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Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads