By Joven Cuanang MD
In the summer of 1966, I started my training at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, the principal teaching hospital of the Harvard Medical School. Everyone called the hospital “The General,” as it was the acknowledged mecca for those infirmed to seek expert medical care. For the doctors who sought advanced training in any specialty, it was the most illustrious of them all.
By Benito Legarda Jr.
The Harvard community in Cambridge, MA, was roiled in early May by the effort of a campus group to stage a Black Mass in a campus facility. An actual Black Mass involves the desecration of a consecrated host and a mockery of the Catholic Eucharistic liturgy.
Prince William and his wife Catherine’s royal baby, expected within days, will officially be called a prince or princess of Cambridge, Kensington Palace said Tuesday.
By Raphael Satter
A naked man clambered atop a large equestrian statue in the heart of London’s Whitehall government district Friday, striking a variety of precarious poses before being coaxed down by police nearly three hours later.