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Destruction at Semitic Museum
Retrospection

Destruction at Semitic Museum

On October 14th, 1970, an explosion ripped through the third floor of the Harvard Semitic Museum, just north of Harvard Yard

Literature of Social Reflection Course
Gen Ed

Literature of Social Reflection Course

General Education 105: “Literature of Social Reflection” was taught by Dr. Robert M. Coles ‘50.

Museum Staff Assess Damage
Retrospection

Museum Staff Assess Damage

The bomb’s explosion caused major structural damage to the upper floors of the Semitic Museum, causing part of the attic’s floor to collapse.

15 Year in Sports HCA
Wrestling

15 Year in Sports HCA

Jesse Jantzen '04 was the first Crimson wrestler to be named NCAA champion since 1938.

Standing Tall
Football

Standing Tall

Harvard Stadium was the first collegiate athletic stadium to be built in the United States.

Multipurpose Football
Football

Multipurpose Football

Harvard Stadium has stood for more than football, housing Vietnam protests and rock stars in the twentieth century.

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