"Here’s how ShotSpotter works: Audio sensors are placed above street level — on the tops of buildings, maybe telephone poles — listening for what Sam Klepper ’87, senior vice president of Marketing and Product Strategy at ShotSpotter, describes as 'loud, impulsive sounds.'"
Collage of Harvard at the turn of the 20th century.
"We don’t spend a lot of money all at once during the rest of the year, so that’s probably why the bank deactivated our card on the Sunday afternoon of Visitas."
Looking at the full spread of cards, the psychic tells me that the past two years have been a transition period in my life.
What does it mean to involve yourself in the boundaries of someone else’s desires?
When Datamatch asked whom he was interested in matching with, he clicked “women” and moved on to writing a joke for his bio.
The Crimson sat down with Musa Syeed, award-winning filmmaker and Briggs-Copeland Lecturer in the English department.
“All You Can Ever Know” is a beautifully written book that addresses problems of race and family, drawing the reader in an emotional roller coaster that leaves them wanting to know more.
The story has an unoriginal plot about the life of three different women prevalent in many young adult novels, but the plot reveals that these characters are not as one-dimensional as they seem.