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  1. Cambridge Police Warn of Local ATM Skimming SchemeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | Harvard Crimson

    According to an email sent to residents last Tuesday, a skimming device-hardware that reads and stores a person's credit or debit card information at an ATM-was recently discovered attached to a machine at a local convenience store in Cambridge. CPD's investigations unit is currently in the process of "actively following up on the incident," according to email, and has placed patrols in the area to check ATMs in locations frequently affected by skimming.

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  2. Cambridge Common Opens After ReconstructionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 27 | Harvard Crimson

    On a warm Sunday, Cantabrigians celebrated the reopening of the grassy Cambridge Common park, marking the completion of a construction project that had been in the works for more than 15 years. More than 40 people gathered to see the newly renovated Common, one of the city's major parks situated on Massachusetts Avenue across from Harvard Yard.

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  3. Boston to Host Third Climate Leaders Summit in 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    Boston will be the site of the third U.S.-China Climate Leaders Summit, set to take place in 2017. United States Secretary of State John F. Kerry and Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh made the announcement in Beijing earlier this month at the second-ever summit, which brought together American and Chinese leaders to discuss how the two world powers can combat climate change.

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  4. Nashville Predators Trade Jimmy Vesey's Rights to Buffalo SabresRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    The Sabres acquired the rights to Jimmy Vesey on Monday, giving the club a potential opportunity to unite the last two Hobey Baker Award winners in Buffalo. Jack Eichel won the award in 2015.

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  5. Men's Basketball Reels in First Member of 2017 Recruiting ClassRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    While Harvard fans are focused on seeing whether the 2016 recruiting class can live up to its ESPN top-10 ranking this year, the first member of the 2017 recruiting class has chosen to don Crimson. Mario Haskett, a 6'3'' guard from Chesterfield, VA, announced via Twitter on Thursday that he would join coach Tommy Amaker's squad, writing "I'm proud to announce my intentions to commit to Harvard University.

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  6. Baseball's Gruener and Poppen Selected in MLB DraftRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    Senior Sean Poppen is seen in action in the Crimson's 4-3 win over Brown on April 23. Over seven innings, he held the bears to just six hits and two runs over seven innings, and struck 10 players out. The pitchers have anchored the team over the last few games, leading the Crimson to nine wins in the past 15 games.

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  7. Beloved Crimson Production Supervisor Patrick Sorrento Dies at 80Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    "When parents come for graduation, students want to introduce them to all the influential, great Harvard minds," Amy B. McIntosh '80 said. "The only person I wanted my parents to meet was Pat Sorrento."

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  8. More Rapes Reported at Harvard in 2014 than Any Other Mass. SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    In 2014, Harvard received more reports of on-campus rape than any other university in Massachusetts, according to data from the U.S. Department of Education. Using numbers collected through the Clery Act, a law that requires universities that receive federal funding to report data about crime on their campuses to the government, the Department of Education created a searchable database with details about campus crime, including sexual offenses.

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  9. Coach of the Year Runner Up: Tim MurphyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    Under Tim Murphy, pictured leading his side out against Princeton in 2013, the Harvard football program has dominated the Ivy League, having lost just five games in the last five seasons. Over his 22 years as head coach of Harvard football, Tim Murphy has earned a Bill Belichick-esque reputation for keeping his emotions in check.

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  10. Harvard and the HubRead the original story

    May 24, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    In Faust's and Walsh's Relationship, a glimpse of the relationship between Harvard and its neighboring city is visible- particularly in light of Harvard's Boston-based expansion. Like Harvard's Mather House, Boston's city hall sticks out like a sore, concrete thumb.

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  11. 6,700 and Not CountingRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    As Harvard approaches the opening of a new campus in Allston, some administrators are weighing in on whether Harvard should expand its undergraduate population. In April 2000, faced with a record 18,691 applicants , Harvard accepted just under 11 percent-a historic low for Harvard College admissions.

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  12. Harvard Square Chained DownRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    This March, b.good was forced to shutter its Harvard Square restaurant to make way for renovations to Harvard's Smith Campus Center. After nearly 10 years of operating the locally-sourced burger eatery next door to his alma mater, b.good's co-founder Anthony S. Ackil '99 said the neighborhood he left behind is markedly different from the one he remembers as an undergraduate.

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  13. Female Athlete of the Year Runner-Up: AnnMarie HealyRead the original story

    May 24, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    Co-captain AnnMarie Healy, shown here in action against Yale, hit a buzzer-beater to life the Crimson over the Bulldogs. It's hard to pinpoint the best moment of co-captain AnnMarie Healy's season.

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  14. City Approves MIT-Proposed Kendall Square RenovationRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    Following six years of negotiations and public meetings, the Cambridge City Planning Board approved MIT's plans for a massive renovation of Kendall Square that aims to revitalize the area and attract more research companies. MIT's "East Campus" is slated to be completely remodeled, allowing for additional open space, new academic buildings, more than 100,000 square feet of retail space, and more housing for graduate students and Cambridge residents.

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  15. Sturdy as Stone: Coach Katey Stone's Impact on Women's HockeyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    The most prolific head coach in collegiate women's hockey, Harvard coach Katey Stone has greatly influenced and built both the Crimson program and the sport in general in her 21 years in Cambridge.

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  16. Female Breakout Athlete of the Year: Kit MetoyerRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    After a tough loss to Dartmouth at home where she scored eight points and struggled from beyond the arc, women's basketball co-captain Kit Metoyer bounced back the next game in dramatic fashion. Playing at Cornell, she put up a career-high 26 points on 6-of-11 shooting from deep to go with six assists and seven rebounds.

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  17. Coach of the Year: Kevin Rhoads, Paving the Rhoad to VictoryRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    The Harvard athletic department is home to more than 50 coaches' offices, but only a select few do double duty. Since 2012, Kevin Rhoads has served as coach of both the men's and women's golf teams.

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  18. Harvard's Other HousesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    Amidst Harvard's record-setting $6.5 billion capital campaign, the University tries to raise hundreds of millions of dollars every year. Sometimes, though, raising money means making a sale.

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  19. A Trip Down Memory Lane: LSD at HarvardRead the original story

    May 22, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    Timothy F. Leary and Richard Alpert continued to influence Harvard for years to come, sparking debates on the role of psychedelics on campus and helping to bring 1960s drug culture to the forefront of national consciousness. Sitting cross-legged in her two-room Cambridge apartment, which also served as the local Psychedelic Information Center, Lisa Bieberman '63 told the Harvard Crimson, in a 1966 article, "I'd always wanted to have a mystical experience."

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  20. Harvard Management Co. CEO Pay Declines, Faust's IncreasesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

    In his last year as the head of public markets for the Harvard Management Company, Stephen Blyth- now the CEO of Harvard's investment arm-earned $3 million less than he did the year before, making about $8.3 million in the 2014 calendar year compared to $11.5 million in 2013 . University President Drew G. Faust saw a pay increase-though her compensation was again dwarfed by those of top HMC executives-taking home $1.2 million over the course of the year, roughly $91,000 more than she received in the previous year.

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