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Eric Nam at the House of Blues.
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Brattle Square Florist, a Harvard Square fixture, nearly closed its doors last week — but was saved by an outpouring of support from loyal customers.
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In Photos: The State of Harvard Square, One Year Later
Before the coronavirus pandemic, Harvard Square was a center of activity, bustling with people shopping, eating, and admiring the historic buildings of Harvard’s campus. When the pandemic began, the Square took a hit — the stream of tourists slowed, and almost all students departed campus by March 15, 2020. Besides the loss of customers, non-essential businesses, such as salons, shut down to comply with state orders from the Massachusetts government. Now, a year after students initially departed from campus, the Square is still weathering the effects of the ongoing pandemic.
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Remedy H. Ryan '21 is a student activist with Our Harvard Can Do Better.
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