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David I. Fulton-Howard

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Original Publication Date: January 21, 2009 Because of the changes to the Jan. 20 final exam schedule—including moving Government 1540: “The American Presidency” to a week earlier and pushing up the time of the morning exams—many more Harvard undergraduates were able to celebrate the inauguration of President Obama.

Crime

Top 20 Photos of 2009

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Revvin’ the Engine

When I applied to Harvard, my application must have been compelling, considering I got in. The only problem was, it

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Firefighters suspect an electrial malfunction sparked the blaze that almost completely destroyed the church.

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The fire spared little at the church, with only the brick exterior escaping major damage.

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Dean Evelynn Hammonds introduces the live auction for PBHA’s Summer Urban Program. The auction, which featured items such as vacation packages and memorabilia, occurred along with a silent auction in the Cambridge Queen’s Head Pub last night.

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Mladjan Dinkic, Serbia’s Deputy Prime Minister, discussed steps Serbia and the U.S. could take to ride out the global economic crisis yesterday afternoon.

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Yardfest

The concert, which featured Sara Bareilles and Ratatat, was held on the steps of Memorial Church in Harvard Yard.

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Students jostled for a clear view of Bareilles and Ratatat so that they could take pictures and video of the artists.

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Students sit on the steps of Widener Library, soaking up the sun and enjoying the music. Sunday’s temperatures were in the 40s, but the sky was clear.

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The College Events Board, which organizes the annual event, set up tire swings throughout Harvard Yard. They proved to be popular with students both before and during the concert.

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Customers take advantage of the Harvard Square Post Office’s regular hours before the post office shortens the hours it will be open by a half hour starting next month.

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