Caroline Kennedy May Be Tapped As U.S. Ambassador to Japan

Caroline Kennedy May Be Tapped As U.S. Ambassador to Japan. The appointment “is almost certain to thrill the Japanese,” Emily Heil reports after weeks of rumors about the appointment. The Globe points out that Kennedy would be the first woman to serve in that role.  [Washington Post]

Cardinal Sean O’Malley Had a Packed Easter Sunday Mass. The Herald speculates that it’s partially due to his newly found celebrity after the papal conclave (and buzz surrounding his candidacy at the time).  [Herald]

Harvard Committee Proposes First-Ever Honor Code. Harvard’s Committee on Academic Integrity is set to propose an honor code at the end the school year—one that’s been dotted with scandal.  [The Crimson]

ICYMI: Paul Pierce Plays Lucky Lottery Winners In Game Of H-O-R-S-E. Put another way: Paul Pierce Absolutely Schools Woefully Under-qualified (But Enthusiastic) Participants in Game of H-O-R-S-E. Yahoo Sports has the video.  [Yahoo Sports]

James R. Allen, of New Hampshire, Tells Massachusetts To Get Off His Lawn. In a persnickety letter to the editor addressed to “all you whining yuppies.”  [Concord Monitor]