Thanks to some sleuthing by Crimson reporters, the 2013-2014 FAS Courses of Instruction catalog is available early.
Sarah E. Thomas, director of Oxford University’s library system, was appointed vice president for the Harvard Library, University Provost Alan M. Garber ’76 announced in a press release Monday.
The roof of a charter bus was damaged following a crash on Soldiers Field Road on February 2, 2013. The State of Massachusetts is filing a criminal charge against the driver of the bus, Samuel J. Jackson.
Recently, the Ivy League and Harvard have prioritized preventing and treating concussions. But despite this, every year, the concussions keep coming.
Woven throughout his speech, Obama referenced great prose of the American past. “My fellow Americans”: He quoted John F. Kennedy. “We the people”: He harkened back to the American Constitution. “Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” reminded his listeners of this country’s Declaration of Independence.
Cranes surround a damaged charter bus, which crashed on Saturday evening, injuring more than 30 people.
A charter bus believed to be carrying 42 passengers is damaged after a crash Saturday evening.
A charter bus was damaged and more than 30 people, including high school students visiting Harvard, were injured in a crash on Saturday evening.
The roof of a charter bus was damaged following a crash on Soldiers Field Road.
Cleanup occurs following Saturday night's bus crash on Soldiers Field Road.
Officials stand beside a wrecked charter bus, which crashed on Saturday evening as it attempted to pass under the Western Avenue Bridge on Soldiers Field Road.
In a move that upset some Cantabrigians and drew praise from others, the Cambridge City Council tapped Deputy City Manager Richard C. Rossi to replace longtime City Manager Robert W. Healy.
On election day some students traveled across Cambridge—to the Friends Center on Brattle Street, Gund Hall on Broadway, Graham and Parks School, or Quincy House—only to find that they were not registered to vote.