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A Boston Police Department officer comforts a shocked onlooker of the bombings in Copley Square.
A Massachusetts State Police officer blocks a road in downtown Boston Monday afternoon following the two explosions.
Ginny C. Fahs ‘14 and Mark R. Jahnke ‘13 embrace at a reception held for the Harvard College Marathon Challenge participants in Quincy Junior Common Room on Monday evening. Both runners, who walked back to Harvard’s campus, had made it past the 26-mile mark when authorities closed the route due to detonation of two bombs at the finish line.
Robert N. Hawthorne ‘15, Ewan H. Foster ‘15, and Caroline R.Brenin ‘15 watch from lock down in Cabot as Governor Deval Patrick gives a statement early Friday morning.
An onlooker applauds as police units withdraw from the scene of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s capture in Watertown friday evening. Neighborhood residents lined Mt. Auburn St. to recognize emergency officials as they left the scene.
College students and area residents flood the Boston Common on Friday evening following the capture of suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Members of the Boston Church of Christ sing at Sunday service on April 6.
The Boston Church of Christ holds services in the John Hancock Hall at the Back Bay Events Center every Sunday.
Nearly two months after he left his position as a History and Literature lecturer to write speeches for newly elected Boston Mayor Marty J. Walsh, Eoin F. Cannon ’95 said he misses his time at Harvard but plans to stay at his post for the duration of Walsh’s term.
According to a press release, the analysis serves to identify “those critical moments when planning, preparation and coordination paid off—as well as those occasions when performance left room for improvement.”
Joshua Kantor, organist for Fenway Park's Boston Red Sox and assistant librarian of the Loeb Music Library, practices a standard ball game tune.
Weston alleges that Harvard failed to comply with the terms of a 2010 contract which required the University to “remediate” contaminated portions of the 62.5-acre Case Estates property it had agreed to sell to the town.