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The Longfellow Bar Opens on Brattle Street Amid a Sea of Closings

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Harvard Square diners disappointed by the recent slew of restaurant closings finally have a new place to dig in — the Longfellow Bar at Alden & Harlow opened its doors on Brattle Street Saturday.

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Protesters Brave Sub-Freezing Temperature to Attend Boston’s Third Women’s March

Thousands of protestors donning bright pink hats and scarves braved sub-freezing temperatures to converge on Boston Commons Saturday for the Boston Women’s March – turning out alongside hundreds of other “sister” marches across the country.

Federal Judge Will Deny Student Plaintiffs Anonymity If Sanctions Lawsuit Proceeds

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Three unidentified College students who are suing Harvard over its social group sanctions in federal court will not be allowed to remain anonymous if the case proceeds beyond a motion to dismiss, a federal judge ruled Friday.

Former Top Trump Official, Nine Others Named Institute of Politics Fellows

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President Donald Trump’s former Chief Economic Advisor and nine other prominent political figures will join the Institute of Politics’ spring cohort of fellows, the IOP announced Thursday.

Activists Call on Harvard to Strip Art Museum of Sackler Name

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Local activists and at least one public official are calling on Harvard to remove the Sackler family’s name from their buildings after a memorandum filed in federal court Tuesday alleged the family knowingly understated the risks of its company’s addictive opioid product.

No. 15/14 Cornell Stifles Men's Hockey, 2-0

Season Series Decided

The Crimson fell to the Big Red, as untimely penalties and a failure to establish a net-front presence hindered the visitors’ ability to crack the code of sophomore goaltender Matt Galajda

Exempt from Harvard’s Sanctions, Four Former Sororities Hold Joint Recruitment

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Touting their exemption from the College’s sanctions against single-gender social organizations, four former sororities have partnered to sponsor a joint recruitment process for new members during the spring semester.

Protesters Brave Sub-Freezing Temperature to Attend Boston’s Third Women’s March

Thousands of protestors donning bright pink hats and scarves braved sub-freezing temperatures to converge on Boston Commons Saturday for the Boston Women’s March – turning out alongside hundreds of other “sister” marches across the country.

Activists Call on Harvard to Strip Art Museum of Sackler Name

Sackler Protest

Local activists and at least one public official are calling on Harvard to remove the Sackler family’s name from their buildings after a memorandum filed in federal court Tuesday alleged the family knowingly understated the risks of its company’s addictive opioid product.

No. 15/14 Cornell Stifles Men's Hockey, 2-0

Season Series Decided

The Crimson fell to the Big Red, as untimely penalties and a failure to establish a net-front presence hindered the visitors’ ability to crack the code of sophomore goaltender Matt Galajda

Shutdown Poses Research Challenges For Some Harvard Faculty

Funding lapses and restricted access to collaborators and resources — consequences of the longest government shutdown in United States history — have left some Harvard faculty members’ research projects mired in uncertainty, though most remain insulated from the shutdown’s effects for now.

Corp. Voted on Social Media, Corporate Tax Policy Shareholder Proposals in 2018

Harvard voted on shareholder proposals concerning digital media content and corporate tax policy for the first time in 2018, among a series of other issues that have previously arisen, according to the University’s annual shareholder responsibility report published Tuesday.

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Editorials

Harvard Should Compensate Its Overworked Workers

It is only fair that Harvard remunerate employees for the extra hours they worked.

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In But Not Of

DuBois gives us a model for resisting Harvard’s moral failings without begging to be included in them.

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The Fire That Changed The Way We Think About Grief

Hundreds lost loved ones to Boston's 1942 Cocoanut Grove fire, the deadliest nightclub conflagration in U.S. history. The blaze and its aftermath — and a Harvard professor's study of the bereaved — would reshape the way America and the world understood grief.

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‘Unsheltered’ Refuses to Shelter Us from Today’s Harsh Realities

Unsheltered” falters only in moments where its message is perhaps too clear.

Dancers Unlearning Decolonizing

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We’re all socialized to believe something is the norm, and even if we are attracted to a specific trait because we’ve grown up being told that’s how it’s supposed to be, or seen everyone else acting that way, we can definitely learn to question that norm. Try to unlearn it. To expand our idea of attractiveness by trying to recognize where the damaging ideas of attractiveness come from.

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'Bird Box' is the 'Quiet Place' Knock-Off You Can't Unsee

Being a genre movie is a forgivable transgression if done well. Yet it’s quickly clear that "Bird Box" can’t even sketch the contours of its own worldbuilding.

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Men's Hockey Completes Season Sweep of Colgate

The Crimson entered the matchup looking to bounce back from a disappointing defeat at the hands of storied rival Cornell, and it did, ousting Colgate to the tune of 2-1.

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PREVIEW: Men's Hockey To Visit No. 15/14 Cornell for Annual Lynah Showdown

This year’s installment of the annually anticipated rivalry clash promises to deliver yet another spectacle of school spirit and high-quality hockey.

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LIVE: Men's Hockey Ousted by Cornell, 2-0

Follow the action live from Ithaca, N.Y., as the Crimson skates against a storied rival in front of the most energetic crowd it will see all season.

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