Kim, a 20-year-old student at Harvard University, was arrested Tuesday on federal bomb hoax charges that resulted in the evacuation of four university buildings and the cancellation of Monday morning’s exams.
Evacuated Buildings at Harvard University Deemed Safe
On Monday morning, Harvard University received reports of explosives at four on-campus sites-the Science Center, Thayer, Sever, and Emerson halls.
Spencer Powers, BC ’07, often meets his sister Liz at a Harvard Square pub called Grendel’s Den, where food is half-priced after 9 p.m.
Public Places Made Private by Memories
It’s not that I can’t keep a secret. It’s just that I can’t keep a story. Once I’ve learned something new, it’s not long before I’ve told someone else all about it.
Endlessly Changing Weather
For a California girl, New England’s weather is a constant surprise.
COLUMN: An Ode to the MBTA (Really)
It started out innocently enough: with an unlimited monthly pass for the T so I could get to work and back every day this summer.
Stories from the Finish Line
By: Eleanor Hildebrandt
The undergraduate students profiled above were primarily located between Mile 25 and the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Meanwhile, Alex Trautwig, BC ’12, was in Kenmore Square. Of those interviewed, four were runners for the BC Campus School Marathon Team and two were spectators.