Ahead Of Sentencing In Meningitis Case, Questions Around Verdict Slip Remain
The jurors acquitted pharmacist Barry Cadden of the most serious charges he faced, except the verdict form suggests jurors were divided when they were supposed to be unanimous. And the judge has so far refused to release the jurors' identities.
Citing Safety, MIT Disbands Its Oldest, Oddest Dorm
Residents say Senior House's culture of care and free expression attracted large LGBT and minority populations, as well as lots of students who might not normally thrive at MIT. But administrators have decided its freewheeling attitude came with unacceptable risks.