Crimson staff writer
Matthew J. Leifer
Asbestos ‘Everywhere,’ But Risk is Minimal, Administrators Say
Presence of asbestos in the Houses is largely not a concern to administrators, who say that it is unlikely the chemical will pose any sort of health risks to students.
Burst Sewer Pipe Closes Cabot Dining Hall
Cabot House’s dining hall closed Wednesday afternoon and evening after a sewage pipe in a nearby bathroom broke Tuesday night, producing an odor that many Cabot students called foul.
Climbing to New Heights
The November Project is a fitness movement that organizes early morning workouts each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday year-round
Surgeon General Calls On Doctors To Engage Policy Decisions
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy ’98 called for medical professionals to be more engaged with healthcare policy-making decisions at a forum Monday night.
Immigration Rights Activist Explores Definitions of ‘American’
Jose Antonio Vargas, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and activist for immigrant rights, shared his experiences growing up as an undocumented immigrant in the United States and critiqued the way American citizens view undocumented immigrants living in the country
Humanitarian Panel Probes Into Healthcare Challenges in Syria
Humanitarian aid experts debated how to provide medical care in Syria at a panel at the Kennedy School of Government Thursday afternoon.
Virtual Reality Event Highlights New Platforms, Applications
A public event sponsored by the Harvard Innovation Lab for the second annual HUBweek allowed participants to try out new virtual reality technology and hear from industry representatives.