Sex, drugs, and consulting: The Crimson presents a statistical breakdown of the Class of 2012.
Just over two-thirds of Harvard seniors plan on joining the workforce after graduation, a level consistent with percentages from the past two years but still lower than figures prior to the start of the financial crisis.
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A few blocks from my high school in the middle of town is store number 7271 of the Starbucks Coffee Company.
Aaron Swartz faces up to 35 years in prison and a fine of up to $1 million for allegedly stealing more than 4 million documents from JSTOR.
Two friends wait on line for the new Harry Potter movie while another reads. Behind them, a woman dressed as a witch waits to see the film.
Outside the AMC Loews Harvard Square theater, a line forms in anticipation of the new Harry Potter movie.
A moviegoer, dressed in magical attire, discusses her Harry Potter ticket with the manager of the AMC Loews Harvard Square theater.
Moviegoers pour into the AMC Loews Harvard Square to see the new Harry Potter movie.
In the alley between JFK Street and Church Street, moviegoers wait on line to see the new Harry Potter movie.
The release of the new and final Harry Potter movie drew a crowd that, for a large part, grew up with the magical series since childhood.
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