Crimson staff writer

Andrew W. Aoyama

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Rising Tide
The Scoop

The Rising Tide

A map fills the screen, its segments divided and labeled to represent Cambridge’s neighborhoods. Dashed blue lines bleed across West Cambridge and over Fresh Pond. “This is the floodplain,” Brown adds.

Gun Graphic fixed
The Scoop

Can an Elite Education Protect You from Gun Violence?

Remembering the deaths of Hill, Markel, and Gabay—three individuals whose time at Harvard overlapped—Vijayaraghavan writes that their elite educations did not protect them from gun violence. And yet, underpinning her statement is the curious assumption that their alma mater could have shielded them from bullets in the first place.

Superintendent Ridealong
The Scoop

Arresting, In Development

On a chilly March afternoon, weeks before the incident, FM met Cambridge Police Department Superintendent Christine A. Elow in her office. The space is just like any other career professional’s: kids’ drawings pasted on the walls, plaques and awards arranged tidily along the shelves. She’s the second highest ranking officer in the department and the first woman to ever hold her position. And she’s a local. She grew up in Cambridge, attended Cambridge public schools, and, after serving four years with the U.S. Navy, ended up back in her hometown with the CPD.

Pitbull CARAT
Levity

Study Abroad Tips from Mr. Worldwide

What you have to understand is that I don’t play football, but I’ve touched down everywhere. Likewise, I don’t play baseball, but I’ve hit a home run everywhere. I’ve been to countries and cities I can’t pronounce and places on the globe I didn’t know existed.

Hubway Station
The Scoop

Transportation, In a SNAP

I clutch at my brakes, desperately trying to avert crisis. It is already too late: my front wheel impacts the first ridge at full speed, and I jolt forwards, nearly launching over the handlebars.

Fenway Park
Conversations

Back to Boston: The Office of Returning Citizens

FM sat down with Kevin R. Sibley, who works to reintegrate the 3,000 individuals who return to Boston each year from incarceration.

Studying Beneath Annenberg
Academics

FM Imagines: Alternatives to Concentration and Secondary

FM imagines better labels.

Y2Y
Around Town

A Safe Place: Y2Y Summer Shelter

“Doing a summer program seemed like the natural next step,” Garcia says. “We seemed to be needed.”

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