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Independent Report on Email Search Scandal Will Be Made Public

The Boston attorney conducting an outside investigation of Harvard’s email search scandal will share a written report of his findings with the Harvard community, according to a statement issued Friday afternoon by William F. Lee ’72, the Harvard Corporation subcommittee chair overseeing the external review.

Food and Drink


Food and Drink

PUBLIC NOTICE: Shake Shack is Coming, Maybe

Shake Shack, the New York City institution whose made-to-order burgers and shakes draw long lines of hungry diners year round, is scouting out possible restaurant space in Harvard Square, according to a spokesperson with the company.


Students Dissatisfied With Official Alerts Throughout Chaotic Night in Cambridge

As a fatal shooting at MIT and the ensuing police chase created a sense of chaos in and around Cambridge, students said that infrequent communications from University administration left them worried and in the dark as a frightening situation developed nearby.


Harvard Cancels Visitas Weekend Programming

With greater Boston on lockdown as law enforcement officers hunt down the Boston Marathon bombing suspect, Harvard has canceled programming for Visitas weekend.

Harvoid Square

University Closes With Marathon Bombing Suspect Still At-Large

Harvard University will be closed Friday due to public safety concerns prompted by an at-large gunman suspected of playing a role in Monday’s Boston Marathon bombings.

Boston Area, Officials React as Marathon Bombing Suspect Apprehended

Marathon Bombing Suspect in Custody

A massive manhunt that began with the shooting of an MIT police officer in Cambridge Thursday night and paralyzed the greater Boston community for a full day concluded Friday evening with the apprehension of the second marathon bombing suspect in a standoff in Watertown.


After Fatal MIT Shooting, A Police Chase and Chaos in Cambridge

Law enforcement officials said early Friday morning that they believe two suspects involved in a firefight with police in Watertown early Friday morning are the same two men suspected of Monday’s Boston Marathon bombings that killed three and injured 174.

FBI Special Agent-in Charge

Today in Photos (04/17/2013)

HBS Community Gathering

HBS Community Gathering

Community members leave a gathering at Harvard Business School in honor of HBS employee Krystle Campbell Tuesday afternoon. Campbell fell victim to the Boston Marathon bombings on Monday.

HBS Community Gathering
Harvard Business School

Krystle Campbell, Former HBS Employee, Dies in Boston Marathon Explosions

Just as it seemed all members of the Harvard community who ran or attended the Boston Marathon were safely accounted for after the fatal bombing, FBI officials said Monday that Krystle Campbell, a former Harvard Business School employee whose mother and brother still work at the University, was among three killed in the attacks.


Seeking and Offering News, Community Members Turn to Social Media

With cell phone service in Boston down and TV news slow to sort out the details, members of the Harvard community turned to Twitter and other forms of social media to find and exchange the latest news about the bombings.


Faculty Look for Answers on Investigation of Email Search

In an email to University President Drew G. Faust last Friday, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Docket Committee asked for clarification of the scope and timetable of an outside investigation of Harvard’s email search scandal commissioned by Faust earlier this month.

Drew Faust

Admitting Email Search Errors, Harvard Turns to Boston Lawyer

University President Drew G. Faust acknowledged in an interview Tuesday that administrators do not yet have a complete picture of the sequence of events surrounding secret searches of resident deans’ email accounts, but said she hopes a forthcoming review by esteemed Boston attorney Michael B. Keating will clarify lingering uncertainty.


Joining the Ranks

“The ad hoc process is greatly shrouded in mystery; remarkably little is written about it,” says current Senior Vice Provost for Faculty Diversity and Development Judith D. Singer. She smirks wryly as she swigs coffee from her mug, as if this is something she’s explained a hundred times before.