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JFK Library
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Stepping Back into the 1960’s

A Friday Afternoon at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library.

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Balance Patch: Boston's First Video Game Café

Located close to Harvard Square on the Babcock Green Line, Balance Patch brings "social gaming" to Boston.

David Wolfe, Leesa Sleep CEO
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Leesa Sleep Mattress Company Inspires Harvard Students to Dream Big

Leesa Sleep tells a story of entrepreneurship and philanthropy at Harvard Business School's 2017 Marketing Innovation Conference.

Harvard Square
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Harvard Square

Harvard Square in the summer

Harvard Yard
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Harvard Yard

Harvard Yard in the summer.

The Crimson's Journalism Programs
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The Crimson's Journalism Programs

The Crimson's Journalism Programs

The Crimson's Journalism Programs
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The Crimson's Journalism Programs

The Crimson's Journalism Programs

The Crimson's Journalism Programs
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The Crimson's Journalism Programs

The Crimson's Journalism Programs

The Crimson's Printing Press
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The Crimson's Printing Press

Unlike many other collegiate newspapers, The Crimson is one of the few daily newspapers to print exclusively in house. The Crimson also runs an contract printing department that services both Harvard publishing groups and high school newspapers.

The Crimson's Printing Press
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The Crimson's Printing Press

Founded in 1873, The Crimson is the print and online newspaper on the campus of Harvard University, operating independently of the college.

The Crimson's Printing Press
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The Crimson's Printing Press

The Crimson's Goss Community press was first introduced to The Crimson's basement in the 1970s.

The Crimson's Printing Press
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The Crimson's Printing Press

With over 1200 issues produced per school day, The Crimson prints over 2 million pages of newsprint every academic year.

The Crimson's Printing Press
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The Crimson's Printing Press

In 2004, The Crimson added two new color units to the Goss Community press. The Crimson's daily has featured full color on the front and back pages ever since.

The Crimson's Printing Press
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The Crimson's Printing Press

'Keep the old sheet flying,' a phrase commonly used throughout The Crimson's history, is attributed to a 1933 wire from a newly inaugurated Franklin D. Roosevelt, who could not attend the 60th anniversary of The Crimson. 'I'm sorry that I cannot attend your celebration,' Roosevelt wired, 'Keep the old sheet flying.'

The Crimson's Printing Press
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The Press

Take a look at one of the nation's only remaining collegiate in-house printing presses.