A lone police officer stands guard outside of Emerson Hall, one of the four buildings evacuated Monday morning.
Harvard University Police Department officers congregate outside the Science Center, one of the four sites evacuated after HUPD received unconfirmed reports of explosives earlier this morning.
A hazardous materials vehicle from the Cambridge Fire Dept. sits in front of Loeb House on Quincy St. outside of Harvard Yard, near several of the evacuated buildings.
Firefighters stand outside the closed gates to Harvard Yard on Quincy St.
Authorities line Quincy St. behind Sever and Emerson halls, two of the buildings evacuated after HUPD received unconfirmed reports of explosives Monday morning.
To my brother, I am no longer Rebecca. She left a handful of years ago (neither one of us remembers precisely when) to be replaced with Baxter: her slightly more eccentric, playful counterpart.
The place does not have the glamorous, intricate interior one might expect from a European café. Rather, it features a scuffed linoleum floor, photographs of meal combos hung along the walls, and metal-topped bars that stretch the length of the narrow eatery.
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