Carrie J. Tian
The mass exodus from campus over Thanksgiving gave HUPD a welcome respite, save for the verbal altercations that punctuated the break. As part of our Securitas Series, we've combed through recent HUPD logs and published some of the more colorful entries below.
The “pool party,” which coincided with World AIDS Day, urged Merck to join the program that is designed to reduce the costs of AIDS drugs in developing countries.
Flyby sat down with some proctors and resident tutors to find out more about their dogs.
One recipe comes from John F. Kennedy '40, who—among other accomplishments—was apparently a decent waffle chef.
As Occupy Harvard came to the Yard, the number of demonstrations skyrocketed and the number of loud parties and noise complaints plummeted. As part of our Securitas Series, we've combed through recent HUPD log entries and published some of the more colorful entries below. BY THE NUMBERS Loud parties: 8 Reports of "suspicious activity": 45 Reports of "unwanted guest[s]": 18 Noise complaints: 10 Total value of stolen bicycles: $2,295 Stolen credit/debit cards: 11 Demonstrations: 8 Marijuana-related reports: 4 Total value of stolen copper siding: $2,350
Having already made her name as a Grammy Award winner, blockbuster record artist, and sensational dresser, Lady Gaga is adding a new item to her resume: Harvard partner.
Professor Emeritus Richard S. Rosenbloom ’54—who served on the faculty of Harvard Business School for 40 years—passed away in New ...
Biomedical Engineering Professor David A. Edwards' new invention sounds like it's moving us one step closer to the high-tech elimination of food. It's called the Aeroshot, and it's a caffeine inhaler.
HUPD has been kept busy in the past two weeks investigating loud parties in Mather, suspicious activity in the normally placid freshman dorms, and disturbances at Au Bon Pain. As part of our Securitas series, we've combed through recent HUPD log entries and published some of the more colorful entries below. BY THE NUMBERS Reports of loud parties: 11 Reports of unwanted guest[s]: 12 Stolen bags and wallets: 9 Total value of stolen bikes: $2940 Total value of stolen Apple products: $8099.99 Total value of stolen computer mice: $10 Dispatches to Mather: 5 Dispatches to freshman dorms: 9 Dispatches to Au Bon Pain: 6
For the die-hard Crimson crowd, there's a whole world of merchandise that could let an eager shopper plaster his home in reminders of fair Harvard.
Harvard students have been graced with sun and serene days over the past two weeks—unless, like some unlucky few, you encountered loud parties, unwanted guests, or worst of all, the theft of future shopping sprees. As part of our Securitas series, we’ve combed through recent HUPD log entries and published some of the more colorful entries below. BY THE NUMBERS Loud parties: 10 Reports of "suspicious activity": 40 Reports of "unwanted guest[s]": 14 Noise complaints: 11 Total value of stolen bicycles: $3,825 Total value of stolen backpacks: $240 Total money stolen from safes: $10 Total value of stolen Apple products: $5,129 Total value of stolen Macy’s gift cards: $900 Total value of stolen Ann Taylor gift cards: $750
Christoph E. R. Krey performs. He has also played in Ireland and Germany and describes Cambridge's festival as less wild. "This is Massachusetts, we have rules here."