An internal investigation by Harvard Medical School into scientific misconduct by one of its former stem cell researchers used information from the researcher’s colleagues and computer hard drive searches to confirm a breach of academic integrity, according to the investigation’s official report.
As I walked around, silently begging for better rote memorization abilities, I caught sight of a middle-aged woman audibly crying and praying in front of a large statue of Confucius, which had been adorned with red prayer tablets by students hoping for supernatural academic assistance.
The term “fast food” doesn’t usually conjure up images of healthy sandwiches and homemade popovers, but Ayr Muir, owner of a popular MIT food truck, is hoping to change that when he opens the latest extension of Clover Food Lab, a restaurant at 7 Holyoke Street in Harvard Square.
Supporters of this movement believe that such a question will better enable colleges to meet the needs of LBGT prospective applicants and would produce a more sexually diverse classes. However, although it has the best intentions, the current proposition is flawed for several reasons.