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Moakley Courthouse

After being charged by the federal government for alleged failures to disclose funding in late January, Charles M. Lieber had a bail hearing at the John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse.


Harvard Students Report Strain of Online Semester in Undergrad Council Survey

The Undergraduate Council’s Student Experience Survey found students were dissatisfied with their transition to online learning and hope to return to campus this fall, according to a summary of the data presented this week.


Harvard Law School Students Negotiate Time Zones to Win International Competition

First-year Harvard Law School students Noopur Sen, Adam J. Toobin, and Adira E. Levine won first place on Sunday in the Negotiations Challenge 2020, a global competition where teams aim to reach a consensus on a corporate or governmental issue with other parties.


Harvard's Remote Mental Health Services Elicit Mixed Reviews

After the coronavirus outbreak prompted Harvard’s Counseling and Mental Health Services to transition to solely remote care, some students have voiced appreciation for CAMHS’ continued support, while others raise concerns about the quality of its communication and its care.


PILOT Program

Boston's PILOT, or 'payment in lieu of taxes,' program encourages medical, educational, and cultural institutions to make voluntary contributions to make up for the fact they they are exempt from property taxes.


Archaeological Dig Findings

At the site of an archaeological dig in Boston's Chinatown neighborhood, interesting artifacts were unearthed, including a toy animal leg, melon candy wrappers, burnt cigarette wrappers, cassette tapes, and empty soda bottles.


Sheep-Skull Beer

The Cambridge Brewing Company presents "For Those Who Hear The Whisper", a Norwegian strong dark ale brewed with sheep skulls from local butcher M.F. Dulock. Definitely not vegan/vegetarian friendly.


Creating Pottery to Destroy

Striving to meet Nakazato’s — and his own — high standards, Everard made more than 5,000 plates during his first six months of apprenticeship. Most were destroyed before they reached the kiln, and their clay was recycled for later use. Every piece that enters the kiln must be perfect.


Koji Everard

After two years at Harvard, Everard decided to return to Japan to work under master potter Taki Nakazato.


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