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Cambridge Fire Department

Fire trucks swarm the Fogg
Visual Arts

Fire Trucks at The Fogg

At approximately 11:07 on Friday, smoke could be seen emerging from the Fogg Art Museum, which is currently undergoing renovations. Crowds of people were standing outside the building and firefighters were responding to the scene.

Ladder Over De Wolfe Street
Cambridge Fire Department

Ladder Over De Wolfe Street

At around 5PM on Tuesday, the Cambridge Fire Department's Engine 5, Ladder 5, and Ladder 1 raise a ladder to the top floor of the new quincy building while responding to an incident.

A smoking barrel on JFK St.
Harvard Square

A smoking barrel on JFK St.

A smoking barrel on JFK St.

A smoking barrel on JFK St.
Harvard Square

Holy Smokes!

At about 4:20 p.m. on Monday, the Cambridge Fire Department responded to a smoking trash can at the corner of JFK St. and South St. They took the trash can apart and extinguished the fire.

Car Fire Incident
On Campus

Car Catches Fire in Front of Eliot House

An unidentified car caught fire in front of Eliot courtyard on Memorial Drive before the fire was extinguished by the Cambridge Fire Department on Tuesday afternoon. The cause of the fire is currently unknown.

Monstrous Doubles Play
College

Monstrous Doubles Play

Sitting at the desk is Peter Bestoso, playing the part of "The Man", in Monstrous Doubles, a student-written play performed at Adam's Pool Theatre.

Breaking News

Students Temporarily Evacuated from Eliot House

Students were evacuated from Eliot House at around 1 a.m. tonight and found fire trucks outside their House. After about half an hour, emergency response personnel gave students permission to return to the House.

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Firetrucks park outside of Eliot House while students, who were evacuated from the House for about half an hour early Sunday morning, mill nearby.

Harvard Law School

Report Said Communists Shouldn't Teach at Universities

Every Friday, The Crimson publishes a selection of articles that were printed in our pages in years past. April 2, 1929: Historic Engine Makes Debut in Square Today At exactly five minutes past one today a fire engine of the Cambridge Catamounts, historic New England fire-fighting aggregation, drawn by six "Fire B'hoys" will make its appearance on Harvard Square. The engine, the one to be used by the Hasty Pudding Club for its production "Fireman, Save my Child," will start from an unrevealed place on Church Street and go up to the Square.

Dinner at the Co-op
On Campus

This Spring Break, a Few Kitchen Mishaps

When Professor of Applied Mathematics and Applied Physics Michael P. Brenner debuted his "Science and Cooking" course in September 2010, 600 students showed up to the opening lecture, forcing the course to be lotteried. Harvard's enthusiasm for cooking hasn't diminished, but it seems like certain freshmen could still use a few lessons.

VES

Cambridge's Smallest Park

Taylor Square Park is the smallest public park in Cambridge. At 57 square feet, it's about half the size of a typical Winthrop House bedroom.

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Faculty Club Burst Pipe
Faculty

Pipe Bursts at Faculty Club

A burst pipe sent water spewing over the dark-stained wood of the Harvard Faculty Club yesterday, forcing residents to evacuate the building and leaving the club’s elegant carpeting covered in an orange tarp..

Currier

Currier House Evacuated After Fire Alarm Sounds

About 30 students evacuated Currier House after a fire alarm went off around 1:40 p.m. today. Three Cambridge Fire Department units and one Harvard University Police Department unit responded within minutes.

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