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Alum Shares Food Salvaged From Dumpster

At some time between 10 p.m. and midnight on a predeterminded day of the week, Spring Greeney ’09 and her three housemates board their bikes and make the trek to a series of closed local grocery stores. They park their bikes behind the store, and open the side dumpster door.

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Crime

So You Think You Can Rob a Bank

If there is such a thing as a classy way to rob a bank, we may be able to learn a little something from the man who ran out of the Harvard University Credit Union with an envelope full of cash Tuesday morning. Minutes earlier, the man, allegedly marched into the bank only minutes before, seemingly unarmed, and presented the teller with a letter demanding cash. Yep, that's right. A letter. Was his getaway just as classy? Find out after the jump.

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Vintage multi-colored goblets from the Finnish designers line the first floor window ledge.

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In addition to furniture, the D/R exhibit also features ceramic sets assembled from private collections.

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Many rare exhibit pieces were chosen to demonstrate a designer's understanding of the materials.

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Finnish design company Marimekko donated boldly patterned umbrellas from its modern collection.

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14 JFK Street, former home to Z Square, will house a new eatery later than expected, welcoming restauranters next spring rather than in December as originally planned.

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Design Exhibit at the Old Crate and Barrel

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Retro ceiling-to-floor prints serve as the backdrop for chairs originally sold at D/R's Cambridge store.

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