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December 17, 2013

December 17, 2013—Thank you to those who organized the 2013 Harvard Library Party: Coleen Burgess, Jason Frederick Cassani Clarke, Ann-Marie Costa, Jacqueline Ford, Meg Kribble, Juliana Kuipers, B. Kevin Lau, Aubrey Leas, Jingjing Liu, Brooke McManus, Kathy Moody, Lynne M. Schmelz and Jennifer Ward, as well as to the catering team who provided lovely treats and terrific service.

File Under: Events, Staff News
December 16, 2013

Dear Harvard community members:

I write to update you on the events that disrupted activities on the Cambridge campus today.

As I reported earlier, four buildings were closed this morning so that they could be searched by law enforcement officials and access to Harvard Yard was restricted. That step was taken out of an abundance of caution after an email was received at approximately 8:40 a.m. by the Harvard University Police Department and other community members, claiming that explosive devices may have been hidden at those four sites. I am relieved to report that no suspicious devices were found.

I would like to thank the HUPD and the many representatives of the local, state and federal agencies who responded to this incident. We deeply appreciate your help in keeping our campus safe.

Safeguarding our...

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File Under: Alerts, Library Leadership
December 16, 2013

Harvard Alert-Thayer and Emerson Hall are cleared and students may return. Sever and Sci. Center are still closed. Updates to be posted at harvard.edu/emergency.

File Under: Alerts
December 16, 2013

Dear Harvard community members:

As you learned from the MessageMe alerts this morning, the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) received an unconfirmed report that explosives may have been placed in four buildings on campus:  the Science Center, and Thayer, Sever and Emerson halls. Out of an abundance of caution, the buildings have been evacuated while the report is investigated by the HUPD and the Cambridge Police Department.

Access to Harvard Yard has been restricted to Yard residents with Harvard IDs As of the writing of this message the report remains unconfirmed and the HUPD has no reason to believe there is a threat to any other site on campus

Harvard's focus is on the safety of our students, faculty and staff. We will continue to update the community via MessageME and through messages posted at...

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File Under: Alerts
December 12, 2013

Accumulating snow is likely across much of Southern New England from late Saturday into early Sunday. Here are some highlights with the finer details to be determined over the next day or two.

Impacts:

  • A period of moderate to heavy snow likely Saturday night into early Sunday.
  • Preliminary snowfall forecast is for 6+ inches possible northwest of the Boston to Providence corridor. Southeast MA and the south coast could see up to 6 inches of snowfall before a changeover to a wintry mix.
  • Roads will become snow covered with travel becoming difficult Saturday night.

Timing:

  • Snow overspreads the region Saturday afternoon.
  • Heaviest precipitation looks to occur Saturday night into early Sunday.
  • All precipitation should begin to taper off Sunday morning with...
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File Under: Weather

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