10.8.15 Blotter

30-Sep Assist Cambrdige Police 1:20Am 1360 Mass Ave Officer dispatched to take a report of past suspicious activity. 30-Sep Loud Party 2:39Am Soldiers Field Park Officers dispatched to a report of a loud party. Officers arrived and adviced occupants of room 203 to keep noise down. 30-Sep Trespass Warning 5:27Am Quincy House Officer while on patrol observed an individual walking out of the building who was a suspect in a recent incident. The officer stopped the individual and conducted a field interview. Officer reports the individual could not produce any sort of identification stating that they were allowed to be …

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Reconstructing the Final Clubs

  A response to The Crimson’s ‘Don’t Dismantle the Final Clubs.’ Dear Mr. Dong, I hope this letter may serve as some reading material as you continue to sojourn in your favorite armchair within the Fly. I’m writing to you because I have a few points I’d like to make in response to your article in The Crimson earlier this week where you pleaded that Harvard shouldn’t dismantle the final clubs because “there is an important social role for final clubs at Harvard.” While I appreciate your attempts to salvage your glory days and preserve an institution that has benefitted …

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Man Down

With Siyani Chambers out, the Crimson’s future remains uncertain. In early September, the Harvard basketball team received some devastating news: they would be losing senior point guard and co-captain Siyani Chambers to an ACL tear. Chambers will take the 2015-2016 year off both academically and athletically to recover from the injury, retaining his last year of eligibility. The Crimson, who last year shared the Ivy League title and advanced to the NCAA tournament after a playoff with Yale, will have a tough time filling the place of Chambers. Senior Agunwa Okolie agrees, “[Siyani] was our most important player.” On a …

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