In what has taken over a decade of work, researchers at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard have created the RoboBee.
As we reported earlier, #PrayForBoston became an immensely popular trend after this week’s Boston Marathon Tragedy. With loss comes unity, as the following tweets show.
1. Rest in Peace, Martin Richard.
Harvard’s Cinderella season came to an abrupt end on Saturday in a 74-51 trouncing by Arizona.
After an upset win against New Mexico on Thursday where Harvard shot 52 percent, expectations were high. But after missing their first 13 shots, it quickly became clear that the Crimson was outmatched. Against Arizona, Harvard shot only 27 percent.
Raiders defensive tackle Desmond Bryant was picked up by police Sunday in Miami and charged with criminal mischief after he allegedly Went into a neighbor’s house, inebriated and caused a commotion. The Harvard graduate was held on $1000 bail.
He has a tough time ahead, but possibly not because of his misdemeanor charge. That will probably draw the ire of the Raiders and the NFL but probably won’t lead to much of a suspension. What he really has to worry about is the hell he is about to take from his teammates for taking what might be the worst mugshot of all time.
You be the judge.
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) took to Facebook to mock MSNBC over their feigned outrage for learning that radical Marxists reside at Harvard University. Marxists at universities? Color us shocked!
Here’s the clip he included from the classic film Casablanca:
Alicia Menendez, daughter and campaign adviser to Sen. Robert Menendez, has a reputation for bluntly expressing her opinions on gender and sex. According to a 2005 article from The Harvard Crimson entitled “Queen Bee”, she is a rising star in the liberal punditry world, and for good reason. She believes what she says and says what she believes.
Alicia Menendez, daughter and campaign adviser to embattled New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez, graduated from Harvard College in 2005, with an honors degree in Studies in Women, Gender and Sexuality. Her senior honors thesis, entitled “To Whom Many Doors are Still Locked: Gender, Space and Power in Harvard Final Clubs” which “used ethnographic research to explore the interplay of gendered ownership of space and women’s social capital” helped her to be named by the Harvard Crimson ”one of the 15 most interesting people in the class of 2005.” She is founder of dailygrito.com, has appeared on MSNBC Live, CNN International, BBC World and Fox News and is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post.