MIT Dog-Like Robots Do Backflips And Play SoccerOn a recent fall day at MIT, a group of players kicked around a soccer ball on the school's Killian Court lawn. They ran around and jumped in piles of leaves. They even did backflips. But these weren't students, they were cheetahs. Mini cheetahs, actually. Oh, and they're robots.
Out Of Town News In Harvard Square Closing For GoodThe Harvard Square landmark is shutting its doors.
Harvard Graduate Students Authorize A Strike; No Date SetGraduate students at Harvard University have voted to authorize a strike, but no date has been set for any walkout.
Head Of The Charles Regatta Kicks Off, Attracting Thousands Of Rowers & SpectatorsThe world’s largest regatta kicked off Saturday morning in Boston and Cambridge.
Queen Latifah To Receive Harvard Black Culture AwardMusic artist and actress Queen Latifah is among the honorees being recognized by Harvard University this year for their contributions to black history and culture.
MIT Reviews Partnerships With Blacklisted Chinese Tech FirmsThe Massachusetts Institute of Technology is reviewing relationships with Chinese artificial intelligence companies hit with a U.S. export ban.
Harvard University Student Workers Consider Strike Over Contract ChangesStudent workers at Harvard University could authorize a strike over a dispute about contract changes as early as next week.
Cambridge Police Officer Shot In Leg When Gun Accidentally DischargesA Cambridge Police officer was injured after his gun accidentally discharged Thursday afternoon.
Cambridge Police: 'No Criminal Activity' In Mosque Incident Involving Enes KanterThe Boston Celtics center had said he was threatened after a prayer service on Friday.
Celtics Player Enes Kanter Says He Was Threatened Outside Cambridge MosqueCeltics player Enes Kanter said he was threatened outside of a Cambridge mosque after a prayer service Friday.
Harvard Freshman Recreates 15-Year-Old Photo With Campus OfficerCrystal Wang's father snapped a photo of her in the arms of a Harvard University police officer back in 2004. Now she's a student there.
Harvard Admissions Policies Do Not Discriminate Against Asian Americans, Judge RulesA federal judge has ruled that Harvard University does not discriminate against Asian Americans in its admissions process.
Harvard University President Sorry 13th Amendment Comment Offended SomeHarvard University President Lawrence Bacow is saying he regrets the controversial comments he made invoking the 13th Amendment in referring to the university's relationship with wealthy donors.
Harvard University Endowment Grows To Nearly $41 BillionHarvard's endowment is the largest in the nation but has lagged some in recent years.
Charges Possible After Fight Between Cambridge Parent And School Bus DriverPolice said charges are possible after a fight between a parent and bus driver Tuesday morning in Cambridge.