Deputy News Editor
Felice Belman is a deputy editor in the Globe’s news department. She joined the paper in 2014 and was previously politics editor. A graduate of Oberlin College, she spent nearly 25 years at the Concord Monitor in New Hampshire, including six years as editor. She was Maryland politics editor for the Washington Post from 2000-2002. In addition, she was co-editor of The New Hampshire Century, a collection of 100 profiles of 20th-century New Hampshire figures, published in 2001.
By Shawn Musgrave , Globe Correspondent
It is the first case in which disgraced state chemist Annie Dookhan has been ordered to compensate any of the thousands of defendants whose cases she tainted.
Since its beginnings in the 17th century, Harvard has had just 28 presidents. Its longest-serving president, Charles William Eliot, oversaw the university from 1869 to 1909.
, Globe Staff
Faust pushed to increase diversity among both faculty and students and she oversaw a dramatic expansion of financial aid.
By Felice Belman , Globe Staff
Marriott was a UNH student from Westborough who was killed in 2012. The law is aimed at protecting the privacy of sexual assault victims.