Julie M. Zauzmer
Interviews are ceasing to fulfill their purpose—to capture and channel the forthright, honest words of Harvard’s decision-makers to all those who might be affected by the decisions.
'Hair,' the now-famous musical that shocked audiences back in the sixties, brought its rock aesthetic to the Loeb Ex last weekend. The cast's infectious energy and ensemble spirit created a fantastic show.
She is the female athlete, and she has a secret. Her weight.
WOBURN, Mass.—Adam B. Wheeler, who pleaded guilty last year to faking his way into Harvard and cheating the University out of over $45,000, was sentenced to one year in prison, on Friday after he landed back in court last month for violating his probation.
Two people were struck by a car on Tuesday at Widener Gate along Mass. Ave.
Blayn Jiggetts, one of three men found guilty of the murder that took place in a Harvard dormitory two years ago, was sentenced to 9 to 12 years in prison.
Three people died from gunshot wounds sustained in a domestic altercation in Cambridge on Friday night.
The 30-year-old resident of Salem, Mass., was remembered after her unexpected death for her creativity and her devotion to family.
UPDATED | A U-Haul truck at the Harvard-Yale tailgate struck three women Saturday morning, killing one and injuring two others prior to the start of the annual football game.
After the Harvard community mobilized to search for Elliot M. Layton, the missing 16-year-old son of a Graduate School of Education administrator, the teenager returned home safely late Wednesday night.
The sentencing of Adam Wheeler, the former student who pleaded guilty last year to faking his way into Harvard, has been postponed pending examination by mental health officials.
Accented by neon lights and the pulse of ethnic music, the inaugural Diversitas event introduced students to a wide variety of food, art, and traditions from around the world outside of the Science Center on Wednesday.
Adam B. Wheeler, a former Harvard student who pleaded guilty in December to faking his way into Harvard through falsified transcripts, standardized test scores, and letters of recommendation was put back in jail Wednesday.