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Justin C. Worland

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Harvard Freshmen Cheer Dining Hall Workers Who Came To Work Despite Dangers
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Harvard Freshmen Cheer Dining Hall Workers Who Came To Work Despite Dangers

Boston Marathon

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Harvard Square, Massachusetts Avenue is empty Friday morning as locals obey the Governor Deval L. Patrick '78 request that Boston area residents stay indoors.

Boston Marathon

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Police officers in an unmarked vehicle stop to check on a Harvard student walking on Plympton Street Friday morning. Harvard, along with other local universities, canceled classes on Friday in response to the ongoing manhunt for a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing.

Boston Marathon

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A security officer stands by an entrance to Harvard Yard. In an email to students, Dean of the College Evelynn M. Hammonds promised a "heightened security presence on campus."

Boston Marathon

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The gate to Harvard Yard remains open Friday morning as security officials consult with one another. In an email to students, Dean of the College Evelynn M. Hammonds promised "a heightened security presence."

Crime

The Scene in Harvard Square Friday Morning

Obama Waves to Crowd
Politics

In Second Inaugural, Obama Strikes Progressive Tone

Addressing a crowd of hundreds of thousands of supporters lining the National Mall, President Barack Obama laid out a bold progressive agenda for his final four years in office.

Student Groups

University Leaders To Meet With Divestment Advocates

University leaders will sit down with student advocates of fossil fuel divestment and explore the possibility of creating a social choice fund, senior University officials told The Crimson this week.

Student Groups

University Leaders To Meet With Student Advocates About Divestment

University leaders will sit down with student advocates of fossil fuel divestment and explore the possibility of creating a social choice fund, senior University officials told The Crimson this week.

Upper Crust Closes
Food and Drink

Harvard Square Upper Crust Shuttered

Harvard Square’s branch of The Upper Crust Pizzeria closed indefinitely Tuesday as its parent company struggles to navigate bankruptcy proceedings, according to The Boston Herald and Boston Globe.

Politics

The Harvard Delegation Swells in Ranks

The existence of a Harvard delegation gives the University a special inroad into Capitol Hill, allowing its lobbyists to appeal to a small group of legislators not just as politicians, but as Harvard alumni.

Endowment

Harvard's Negative Return Part of Broader Trend, Experts Say

A negative return on an investment is likely to cause anxiety for investors concerned about the long-term viability of their assets. For this reason, Harvard’s announcement of a negative 0.05 return on its investments attracted media attention across the globe.

Harvard in the World

Spencer Inaugurated as Bates President

A. Clayton Spencer, a former Harvard vice president for policy, was inaugurated as the eighth President of Bates College Friday afternoon. The audience included familiar Harvard faces, such as University President Drew G. Faust.

Libraries

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Water damage on a sign in Widener

Crime

Sprinkler Malfunction in Widener Damages Hundreds of Books

Early Friday morning a sprinkler malfunction at Widener Library caused damage to approximately 400 books, according to an email obtained by The Crimson and confirmed by a spokesperson for the Harvard Library.

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
Columns

Reconstruction 3.0