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  1. Harvard Square Stores See Steady Business in BlizzardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Harvard Crimson

    Despite severe weather conditions, many stores and restaurants in Harvard Square did better-than-average business on Monday as customers weathered the blizzard. While many Cambridge institutions were closed due to the snow-including the University-the businesses in the Square that stayed open were not disappointed, owners and managers said.


  2. On Rare Snow Day, Students Sled, Assist Dining Hall StaffRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Harvard Crimson

    As "potentially historic" levels of snow fell on Cambridge and Harvard canceled all but its non-essential operations on Tuesday amid a state of emergency, Houses offered up space to accommodate dining hall workers and students spent a rare snow day sledding down library steps. According to Crista Martin, a Harvard University Dining Services spokesperson, all HUDS dining staff are considered essential University employees and were asked to work as scheduled on Tuesday if they could safely arrive at Harvard.


  3. Harvard Athlete of the Winter: Junior Jimmy VeseyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Harvard Crimson

    In the last 10 years, three Harvard men's ice hockey players have scored more than 15 goals in a season. Alex Killorn '12 netted 23 in 2011-2012.


  4. Shelters Prepare To Accommodate Homeless During BlizzardRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Harvard Crimson

    With an anticipated snowfall of more than two feet looming over the Boston area, local Cambridge homeless shelters are working to extend their resources to accommodate as much of the area's homeless population as possible throughout the period of severe weather. According to Nicky N. Guerreiro '16, administrative director of the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter, the shelter stays open all day when the City of Cambridge has declared a snow emergency, as the city did Monday.


  5. Anticipating Blizzard, Harvard Will Suspend OperationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Harvard Crimson

    Harvard will suspend all operations Tuesday for "non-critical personnel" in anticipation of a looming blizzard that may bring more than two feet of snow to the Boston area, according to an inclement weather advisory posted to the University's website Monday. The Faculty of Arts and Sciences will cancel all courses and sections Tuesday, according to an emergency email communication sent to FAS affiliates early Monday afternoon.


  6. Women's Basketball Rides Second Half Streak to Win Over DartmouthRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | Harvard Crimson

    Four hours after the Big Green men's basketball squad lived out this narrative en route to a come-from-behind victory in Cambridge, Mass., the Crimson women's squad achieved the same feat, clawing back for a 75-69 win over Dartmouth in Hanover, N.H. Propelled by a 12-0 run in the last three minutes, the Crimson erased a double-digit halftime gap. "We simply never gave up," said senior forward Temi Fagbenle.


  7. Demonstrators Continue 'Black Lives Matter' Campaign in Central Square MarchRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Harvard Crimson

    More than 200 demonstrators poured onto the streets of Central Square in Cambridge Wednesday evening, extending a series of marches and protests both nationwide and in the Greater Boston Area against racial prejudice in the criminal justice system. "This is just a continuation," Divinity School student Rachel A. Foran said, clutching a sign on which read "White silence is state violence."


  8. Men's Volleyball Falls In First Two GamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 18 | Harvard Crimson

    This weekend, the Harvard men's volleyball team traveled to Illinois to face off against two of the nation's top teams. The Crimson fell to No.


  9. Albright Remembered as Whimsical English and Music TeacherRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 10 | Harvard Crimson

    Daniel Albright, a professor of Literature, author of 16 books, and a former Guggenheim Fellow, died unexpectedly on Jan. 3. He was 69. Colleagues remember Albright as dedicated to his students and as a brilliant scholar. "Follow your whim," a philosophy that rang true in Albright's own life, was among Albright's many words of advice to his students, according to his dissertation advisee, Seth P. Herbst '08.


  10. Boston Captures U.S. Bid for 2024 OlympicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 9 | Harvard Crimson

    The United States Olympic Committee selected Boston as the United States' bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games on Thursday. If Boston is chosen out of the worldwide pool of bids to host the Games, Harvard Stadium may serve as the venue for field hockey .


  11. Women's Ice Hockey Routs ConnecticutRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 | Harvard Crimson

    In the first six days of the new year, Daniels has notched six goals for the Harvard women's ice hockey team. During this stretch, the Crimson has played three games and won all three.


  12. Amy Poehler Named Hasty Pudding's 2015 Woman of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 6 | Harvard Crimson

    Actress and comedian Amy Poehler, known for starring on popular comedy television show "Parks and Recreation," has been named the Hasty Pudding Theatricals' 2015 Woman of the Year. Poehler, known for her comedic timing, acted as a cast member of the comedy show "Saturday Night Live" for many years and has recently received critical acclaim for her performance as idealistic female bureaucrat Leslie Knope on NBC's "Parks and Recreation."


  13. News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2014 | Harvard Crimson

    One year after Harvard undergraduate Eldo Kim emailed bomb threats that halted University activities during exam period, experts said they were skeptical that Kim could resume his studies at the College. Kim's lawyer, Allison D. Burroughs, wrote in an emailed statement last month that Kim hopes to return to Harvard, but he must face the Administrative Board to be readmitted.


  14. Women's Volleyball Brings Home Ivy Title for First Time Since 2004Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2014 | Harvard Crimson

    Sophomore setter Corie Bain nabbed Ivy League First Team honors in 2014 after pacing the Ancient Eight in service aces per set. The Harvard women's volleyball team took the floor on Nov. 21 with a chance for a storybook ending to its season: a win over archrival Yale to clinch a berth in the NCAA tournament in front of its home crowd.


  15. Faust, Boston Leaders Announce Plans for Innovation WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2014 | Harvard Crimson

    University President Drew G. Faust, center, and representatives from the Boston Globe, MIT, and Massachusetts General Hospital held a press conference detailing plans for next fall's HUBweek festival on Friday. Boston leaders from Harvard, The Boston Globe, Massachusetts General Hospital, and MIT announced plans to host a celebration of innovation in medicine, art, and technology in Boston called HUBweek at a press conference Friday.


  16. Seen and Heard: Hundreds March on Cambridge StreetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2014 | Harvard Crimson

    The "March on Harvard," as the demonstration has been billed, is the latest in a series of protests on campus and around the country in recent weeks. Harvard students lay in front of traffic during a die-in at the intersection of Memorial Dr. and Western Ave. to protest two recent, separate grand jury decisions not to indict white police officers who killed two unarmed black men.


  17. Women's Swimming and Diving Competes at Three EventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | Harvard Crimson

    This weekend, the undefeated Harvard women's swimming and diving team tested its abilities against competitors at multi-day invitationals near and far: the Texas Hall of Fame Invite, the MIT Winter Invitational and the UGA Fall Invitational. While most of the Crimson swimmers made the trek to Austin, a smaller group stayed in Cambridge where Harvard took on its crosstown competitors, as well as athletes from Bowdoin, Tufts and Wellesley.


  18. Protesting Grand Jury Decisions, Hundreds March Through CambridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2014 | Harvard Crimson

    A protester holds up a sign that reads "Black Lives Matter" during a "die-in" in Harvard Square on Friday evening to protest the recent non-indictments of the officers in the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases. Protesters began in Davis Square and continued to MIT, laying down at key transportation sites.


  19. Seniors George, Hagen Win Prestigious Marshall ScholarshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2014 | Harvard Crimson

    For Michael C. George '14-'15 and Anna A. Hagen '15, two of this year's Harvard recipients of Marshall Scholarships, the chance for post-graduate studies in the United Kingdom is both surprising and humbling. George, a Quincy House government concentrator and an inactive Crimson News Editor, plans to pursue graduate studies in comparative social policy at the University of Oxford and the economic history of development at the London School of Economics and Political Science.


  20. Men's Hockey Defies Odds, ExpectationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2014 | Harvard Crimson

    Two weeks ago, I was sitting in the stands of the Bright-Landry Hockey Center, watching the Harvard men's team host Yale. I was having a nice chat with Secretary of State John Kerry about the upcoming Iranian nuclear talks when a girl next to me asked her friend a question.


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