BOSTON, MA - MAY 18: Ben Rubeor #6 of the Chesapeake Baykawks is pushed to the ground by Kyle Sweeney #77 of the Boston Cannons in the second half during the game on May 18, 2013 at Harvard Stadium in Boston, Massachusetts.
Many of Paraguay’s next generation leaders were educated in some of the world’s leading institutions such as Harvard, Yale, Oxford, Cambridge and The University of Chicago
I must thank my brothers from the Transit, Boston, Harvard, Watertown, Cambridge and State Police, as well as fire department personnel and the various other first responders, all of whom put their own lives on the line to save mine ... In the midst of a firefight, they dropped to the ground and assisted me when I was shot.
I received almost a dozen emails from various Harvard authorities instructing us to stay inside ... The whole school, the whole university was closed today. Everything was shut down. Cambridge really is a ghost town right now.More quotes »
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Gone perhaps, but Kepler won't soon be forgotten
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