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Oktober in the Square

The 200,000 people who descended on Harvard Square this Sunday for the 29th annual celebration of Oktoberfest were greeted by

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New Hot Pot Spot To Spice Up Square

Three decades ago, before they knew each other, Panja S. Lymswam and Khemachat Kordsomboon emigrated from Thailand to the United

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Ten People, 40lbs of Greens

Get your calculators out—it took just five minutes for 10 people to polish off over 40 pounds of sautéed spinach

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City To Contribute $175,000 to Shady Hill

The City Council voted yesterday in a 7-2 decision to contribute $175,000 to help residents of Agassiz’s Shady Hill Square

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Rwandan President Links Technology to Development

Rwandan President Paul Kagame stressed the need for using science to accelerate Africa’s socioeconomic transformation in a speech at MIT’s

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New Businesses Launch in Square

Seven new businesses have set up shop in Harvard Square since the beginning of the summer, including a 24-hour New-York-style

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City May Donate to Shady Hill Effort

The Cambridge Community Preservation Act Committee (CPAC) recommended on Tuesday that the city contribute $175,000 to help the residents of

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HLS Grad Sworn in as Taiwan's Leader

Ying-jeou Ma—a 1981 Law School graduate known as the “Teflon-man” because of his shrewd politics and his suave way with

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A Ball With Literary Whimsy

Elizabeth Bennett, seven Harry Potters, and the Old Lady Who Swallowed the Fly graced the stage of the Holyoke Center’s

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Brains Shed Light on the Stars

Cognitive scientists and philosophers have long studied the brain as a window to another world. But Harvard astronomer Michelle A.

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Felipe’s Spawns Sister Stores

CORRECTION APPENDED The family behind Felipe’s—the Cambridge taqueria known for late-night burritos and quesadillas—has cooked up two new establishments, one

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Connie Chen

When people call what she does “saving the world,” she winces. “I don’t think I’ve saved any lives in my

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Experts Call for 'Green' Growth

The environment will play a major role in international relations in the coming decades, two experts on international ethics and

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Friends Recall Thain at HBS

Lionized as Wall Street’s most capable mop-up man, incoming Merrill Lynch CEO John A. Thain was known as a quiet,

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Korean Minister Pushes Peace

Speaking to a crowd of students, teachers, and diplomats numbering almost a hundred last night, South Korean Minister of Foreign

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Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance