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Bernard Redgate
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Bernard Redgate

Bernard Redgate, one of the last holdouts of Barry's Corner, confronts the police in 1969.

From the Residents of North Harvard St
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From the Residents of North Harvard St

Residents of North Harvard St display a sign addressing Boston Major John F. Collins: "We want our homes."

The Barry's Corner of Yesterday
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The Barry's Corner of Yesterday

Barry's Corner, at the intersection of Western Ave and North Harvard St, circa 1960s.

The Old Charlesview
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The Old Charlesview

The site of the old Charlesview, which is now owned by Harvard University, is still undergoing construction.

The Continuum
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The Continuum

The Continuum apartment complex is located at the intersection of Western Ave and North Harvard St.

Charlesview Apartments
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Charlesview Apartments

The Charlesview housing complex sits a few blocks down from Barry's Corner on Western Ave.

Barry's Corner Today
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Barry's Corner Today

Barry's Corner today, at the intersection of Western Ave and North Harvard St in Allston.

Inman Square Bicyclist
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Inman Square Bicyclist

A bicyclist stands at the intersection of Cambridge St and Hampshire St, in Inman Square.

Nathanael Fillmore
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Nathanael Fillmore

Nathanael Fillmore, a Cambridge-based bicycle activist, stands in front of a protected bike lane he advocated for on Massachusetts Ave.

Anne Lusk
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Anne Lusk

Anne Lusk, a bicycle researcher at the School of Public Health, has proposed what she believes is a safer intersection design for the accident-prone Inman Square in Cambridge.

Harvard Square Bicycle Lane
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Harvard Square Bicycle Lane

A car double-parked in the bicycle lane on Massachusetts Ave, near Harvard Square.

The Three Bicyclists
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The Three Bicyclists

Bicyclists ride along the green-backed sharrows paralleling Hampshire St, in Inman Square.

Running Away with Records
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Gabby Thomas Remains "Chill" Despite Historic Track Success

Last July, only one Harvard athlete qualified for multiple events at the U.S. Olympic Trials. Her name was Gabby Thomas. At the time, she was barely finished her freshman year in Cambridge. “It’s something that’s hard to do when you’re at her level," said freshman and fellow sprinter Karina Joiner. "Being able to come back to college, after national meets and all the events, and still being so chill.”​

Running Away with Records
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Running Away with Records

Thomas, pictured here at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships, holds Harvard records in the indoor 60-, 200-, and 300-meter dashes, as well as in the 4x400 relay. The Florence, Mass., native has competed for the podium all outdoor season and even captured the Ivy League's 100-meter record at the Florida Relays.

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Golfers Battle Inclement Weather Throughout Spring Season

With Boston snows hindering the outdoor practices of the golf teams, the group makes use of the school’s indoor facilities to prepare for the upcoming Ivy League Championships.