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Timeline 2001-2002

Jan. 7

Michael A. Sullivan, a member of one of the city’s oldest political families, unseats Anthony D. Galluccio to become the new mayor of Cambridge in the first vote of the 2002-2003 city council.

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Jan. 11

Randy J. Gomes ’02 and Suzanne M. Pomey ’02 are charged with grand larceny after allegedly stealing thousands of dollars from the Hasty Pudding Theatricals last spring. Pomey was the producer of last year’s show and Gomes assistant directed the high-profile Man and Women of the Year awards. The indictment is unsealed the week of Jan. 27.

Jan. 11

The Enron controversy spread to Harvard as Corporation member Herbert S. “Pug” Winokur ’64-’65 receives a subpoena from the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Senate’s Government Affairs Committee for his connection with Enron’s collapse. He was the chair of Enron’s finance committee.

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