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  1. Cambridge Rental Prices Spike in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Harvard Crimson

    Cambridge residents saw double digit percentage increases in property values and rent for homes and apartments last year-a sharp rise that has City Council officials debating how to soften the blow. The rental rate for single-bedroom apartments in the Harvard Square and Cambridge Riverside areas increased by 16.8 percent and 17 percent respectively in 2015, according to Devin A. O'Brien, the head of strategic marketing for Zumper.com, a rental startup that uses data to analyze the market.

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  2. Una Voz Nueva: Harvard Grad to Voice Super Bowl 50 in SpanishRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Harvard Crimson

    Alvaro Martin '84, pictured second from the right, will have the call of the first ever Spanish language Super Bowl on ESPN Deportes this Sunday. A When thinking of the Super Bowl, images of Doritos commercials and chicken wings intermittently sprinkled with football may come to mind.

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  3. Student Travel to Cuba Grows Amid Thawing RelationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Harvard Crimson

    As relations thaw between the United States and Cuba, Harvard undergraduates are showing an increased interest in the island nation, though some are wary of how the influx of Americans to the country will influence the educational experience there. Harvard has long maintained a relationship with Cuba; at the turn of the 20th century, Harvard scholars began conducting tropical research in Cienfuegos, Cuba and also invited Cuban teachers to Cambridge for lectures.

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  4. City Council Tables Resolution to Rename Columbus DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Harvard Crimson

    The Cambridge City Council again did not vote on a resolution last Monday to rename Columbus Day as Indigenous Peoples' Day for the third time this year. Despite what the resolution's proponents claim is strong public support, the legislation is on hold while councillors negotiate how best to change the holiday name and still honor Italian Americans, many of whom see the day as a celebration of their heritage.

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  5. Outside Overseers Candidate Arrives in Cambridge, Petitions in HandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Harvard Crimson

    Clad in a Harvard beanie, worn jeans, and sneakers, Ron K. Unz '83 did not look like someone seeking to become one of the University's most esteemed alumni and powerbrokers. On Sunday morning, Unz, equipped with a series of charts and graphs detailing the annals of Harvard budgeting and admissions data, stood for hours outside the Harvard Coop and the Science Center.

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  6. Women's Hockey Shut Out By No. 4/4 QunnipiacRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Harvard Crimson

    Captain Michelle Picard and the Crimson were unable to take advantage of two power play opportunities, failing to crack Quinnipiac keeper Sydney Rossman and the second-best defense in the nation. The stage was set Friday afternoon in Cambridge for a show down between two of the ECAC's top hockey teams.

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  7. Women's Hockey Looks for Momentum to Make Playoff RunRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Harvard Crimson

    The women's ice hockey team halted a three game losing streak with a win against Dartmouth last Saturday, but the team will need to prove it can compete against top ECAC teams like Quinnipiac and Princeton in order to make a playoff run. The Harvard women's ice hockey team has been a constant for me over the past two years as a Crimson sports writer.

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  8. Cambridge Homeless Prepare for WinterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Harvard Crimson

    Though the fear of winter is ever-present for Cambridge's homeless population, shelters, including the new student-run initiative Y2Y Harvard Square , aim to increase resources to mitigate the additional strains felt during winter months. "It's a dangerous world out here weather-wise.

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  9. Some Students Still Stranded by Storm as Classes BeginRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Harvard Crimson

    Students struggled to return to Cambridge in time for the start of classes on Monday as flights across the country were canceled following a snowstorm that pummeled parts of the East Coast. The winter storm, known popularly as Jonas, deposited record amounts of snow in some cities, leaving many roads impassable and dozens of flights canceled.

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  10. Channeling Her Older Sister, Balleza Shines for the CrimsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Harvard Crimson

    The first time Harvard field hockey coach Tjerk van Herwaarden saw junior Marissa Balleza play, he was still an assistant coach at the University of Maryland and she was still just a freshman at Severna Park High School-a half hour away from College Park. Three years later, Herwaarden's and Balleza's paths crossed again as he found himself putting together his first recruiting class as head coach at Harvard.

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  11. Square Public Toilet Nears OpeningRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 24 | Harvard Crimson

    More than a year after the City of Cambridge formally began planning its construction , a new stand-alone public toilet in Harvard Square is finally close to flushing. According to Kathy Watkins, the assistant commissioner of engineering for Cambridge's Department of Public Works, the toilet now only needs electricity to be installed, which she anticipates will take place in the next couple of weeks.

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  12. Wrestling Fights Storm, Brings Wins Back to CambridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 24 | Harvard Crimson

    As Winter Storm Jonas rolled in across the East Coast, the Harvard wrestling team's plans to take on Franklin & Marshall and Bucknell over the weekend remained unclear throughout the week. On Thursday, the team was finally notified that it would travel that day to Lancaster, PA, and wrestle both matches a day earlier than previously scheduled.

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  13. Three Things to Watch: Harvard-DartmouthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Harvard Crimson

    After winning just its second true road game of the year, the Harvard men's basketball team will put its three-game winning streak on the line when it travels to Hanover to take on Dartmouth in the second half of its conference-opening home-and-home with the Big Green. Beat writer David Freed lists three things to watch.

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  14. Men's and Women's Volleyball Connect On and Off the CourtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Harvard Crimson

    As the women's volleyball team won a share of the Ivy League title, the men's team was at home following along through the Ivy League Digital Network. The men and women try and go to each of the other team's games, even working the games when the players are in off-season.

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  15. Football Releases 2016 ScheduleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | Harvard Crimson

    The opening whistle of the 2016 college football season may be nearly eight months away, but as of last week, the Harvard program has confirmed its schedule. For the first time since the Ivy League was founded in 1956, the Crimson will play three consecutive road games, at Holy Cross, Princeton, and Dartmouth respectively.

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  16. Women's Hockey To Face Unbeaten No. 1 Boston CollegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | Harvard Crimson

    In one of the most critical games of its season, the No. RV/9 Harvard women's ice hockey squad plays hosts to No.

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  17. Men's Volleyball Falls Just Short Against No. 15 Ball StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | Harvard Crimson

    When Ball State and Harvard faced off in men's volleyball last season, the Cardinals could only muster 28 kills as the Crimson earned a quick 3-0 victory on its home floor in Cambridge. In a new year at a new venue, however, Ball State's junior outside hitter Brendan Surane nearly matched that number singlehandedly with a dominant 20-kill performance.

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  18. Women's Track and Field Captures Fifth Straight Beantown Challenge WinRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | Harvard Crimson

    Harvard's Gordon Indoor Track was busy this weekend hosting the Harvard Multi-Meet on Friday and the annual Beantown Challenge on Saturday. The Crimson men's and women's track and field teams had an impressive home opener with the women's team placing first in the Beantown Challenge for the the fifth consecutive year and the men's team placing third.

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  19. LIVE: Men's Hockey Looks To Right the Ship Against St. LawrenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | Harvard Crimson

    Junior forward Tyler Moy, shown in action last Thursday, enters Friday night's contest against St. Lawrence with nine points on the year. After losing consecutive heartbreakers to No.

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  20. Women's Hockey Hits New York Looking To Make Up Ground in the ECACRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | Harvard Crimson

    Sophomore forward Lexie Laing, shown in action against RPI on Nov. 14, and the Crimson will head to New York for bouts with St. Lawrence and Clarkson this weekend. At the halfway point of ECAC play, the Harvard women's ice hockey team finds itself in a familiar spot near the top of the standings.

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