Jacob Donnelly

News Editor

January 21, 2015

Davidson ’92 remembered as beloved guitarist, friend, surgeon

Davidson on far left. Courtesy of Marshall Levine/Allison Armour-Garb Before Michael Davidson ’92 was an award-winning cardiovascular researcher and surgeon, he was a rock star — on campus, at least. Davidson — who died after being shot at a Boston hospital on Tuesday, apparently … Read More

January 21, 2015

Breaking: Davidson ’92 dies after being shot in Boston hospital

Michael Davidson ’92 died on Tuesday evening after receiving two gunshot wounds at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Mass., where he had worked as a cardiovascular surgeon since 2006. He was 44. The shooter, Stephen Pasceri, 55, was found dead, apparently from a self-inflicted gunshot. The incident … Read More

January 12, 2015

U. community gathers to remember Dantzlerward ’16

Students, faculty, staff and community members circled around a table supporting a single lit candle in the lobby of Murray-Dodge Hall on Monday night as they remembered the life of Audrey Dantzlerward ’16, who was found dead in her room in Edwards Hall today. The gathering, led by Dean of … Read More

January 12, 2015

Updated: Dantzlerward ’16 remembered as proud feminist, aspiring children’s author

Audrey Dantzlerward ’16, a resident of Edwards Hall, was found dead in her room on Monday morning. She was 22. The cause of her death has yet to be determined, but a University release said that no foul play is suspected. Friends interviewed said they remembered Dantzlerward as a proud … Read More

January 11, 2015

U. declines to join AAU sexual assault survey, will design survey of its own

The University will design its own sexual assault survey to comply with Title IX as opposed to using a survey designed by the Association of American Universities. The decision was made by University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 following the unanimous recommendation of the new Faculty-Student Committee on Sexual Misconduct. As … Read More

December 10, 2014

Rumsfeld ’54 central in culture of torture, says Hitz ’61

Ben Koger Donald Rumsfeld '54 came back for his 60th reunion this year. Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld ’54, along with former Vice President Dick Cheney, created a culture within the federal government that contributed to the events recounted in the Senate … Read More