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DateApril 20, 2013
Even though Harvard hunkered down in tandem with the wider outside world on Friday, its machinery never stopped. The College’s 6,000 students were fed three times at 12 residential Houses and at Annenberg Hall, where freshmen dine.
After the Boston Marathon bombing on Monday, members of the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) immediately increased their presence on campus. Some HUPD officers faced dangers on Thursday's overnight shift, as they joined a multiagency car chase through Cambridge and Watertown that ended in a gun battle with the suspected marathon bombers.
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