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  1. Harvard University - Wikipedia

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    Harvard University is a private Ivy League research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts.Established in 1636 and named for its first benefactor, clergyman John Harvard, Harvard is the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States and among the most prestigious in the world.

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  2. The Harvard University Police Department (HUPD), a private police agency of Harvard University, is a full-service police department responsible for the safety and security of students, faculty, staff, and visitors at the university’s Cambridge and Boston campuses.

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  3. Harvard Crimson men's basketball - Wikipedia

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    The Harvard Crimson men's basketball program represents intercollegiate men's basketball at Harvard University.The team currently competes in the Ivy League in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and plays home games at the Lavietes Pavilion in Boston, Massachusetts.

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    Long Description: Where Harvard Square and Harvard University meet near the Old Burial Ground on the west side of the part of the campus known as Old Harvard Yard, stands Johnston Gate an ornate gate that is the oldest and most ornate of the gates surrounding it.

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    "Harvard University, already supported by a massive $41 billion endowment, is getting nearly $9 million in taxpayer aid from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, the U.S. Department of Education announced.Under the terms of the payout from CARES’ Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund, at least half of the $8.7 ...

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  8. John Harvard (clergyman) - Wikipedia

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    John Harvard (bapt. November 29, 1607 – September 14, 1638) was an English minister in Colonial America whose deathbed bequest to the "schoale or Colledge" founded two years earlier by the Massachusetts Bay Colony was so gratefully received that it was consequently ordered "that the Colledge agreed upon formerly to bee built at Cambridg shalbee called Harvard Colledge."

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    Early life

    Har­vard was born and raised in South­wark, Sur­rey, Eng­land, (now part of Lon­don), the fourth of nine chil­dren of Robert Har­vard (1562–1625), a butcher and tav­ern owner, and his wife Kather­ine Rogers (1584–1635), a na­tive of Strat­ford-upon-Avon whose fa­ther, Thomas Rogers (1540–1611), was an as­so­ci­ate of Shake­speare's fa­ther (both served on the bor­ough cor­po­ra­tion's coun­cil). Har­vard was bap­tised in the parish church of St Sav­iour's (now South­wark Cathe­dral) and at­te...

    Marriage and career

    In 1636, Har­vard mar­ried Ann Sadler (1614–55) of Ring­mer, sis­ter of his col­lege class­mate John Sadler's, at St Michael the Archangel Church, in the parish of South Malling, Lewes, East Sussex.[citation needed] In the spring or sum­mer of 1637, the cou­ple em­i­grated to New Eng­land, where Har­vard be­came a free­man of Mass­a­chu­setts and, set­tling in Charlestown, a teach­ing elder of the First Church there and an as­sis­tant preacher. In 1638, a tract of land was deeded[clarificatio...

    Death

    On 14 Sep­tem­ber 1638, Har­vard died of tu­ber­cu­lo­sis and was buried at Charlestown's Phipps Street Bury­ing Ground. In 1828, Har­vard Uni­ver­sity alumni erected a gran­ite mon­u­ment to his mem­ory there, his orig­i­nal stone hav­ing dis­ap­peared dur­ing the Amer­i­can Rev­o­lu­tion.

    Two years be­fore Har­vard's death the Great and Gen­eral Court of the Massachu­setts Bay Colony‍—‌de­sir­ing to "ad­vance learn­ing and per­pet­u­ate it to pos­ter­ity: dread­ing to leave an il­lit­er­ate min­istry to the churches, when our pre­sent min­is­ters shall lie in the dust"‍—‌ap­pro­pri­ated £400 to­ward a "schoale or colledge" at what was then called Newtowne.In an oral will spo­ken to his wife the child­less Har­vard, who had in­her­ited con­sid­er­able sums from his fa­ther, mother, and brother,be­queathed to the school £780‍—‌half of his mon­e­tary es­tate‍—‌with the re­main­der to his wife;per­haps more importantly he also gave his scholar's li­brary com­pris­ing some 329 ti­tles (to­tal­ing 400 vol­umes, some ti­tles being mul­ti­vol­ume works).:192In grat­i­tude, it was sub­se­quently or­dered "that theColledgeagreed upon for­merly tobeebuilt atCam­bridg shal­beecalled Har­vardColledge." (Even be­fore Har­vard's death, New­towne had been renamed Cam­bridge, after t...

    A statue in Har­vard's honor—not, how­ever, a like­ness of him, there being noth­ing to in­di­cate what he had looked like—is a promi­nent fea­ture of Har­vard Yard (see John Har­vard statue) and was fea­tured on a 1986 stamp, part of the United States Postal Ser­vice's Great Amer­i­cans se­ries. A fig­ure rep­re­sent­ing him also ap­pears in a stained-glass win­dow in the chapel of Em­manuel Col­lege, Uni­ver­sity of Cam­bridge. The John Har­vard Li­brary in South­wark, Lon­don, is named in Har­vard's honor, as is the Har­vard Bridge that con­nects Boston to Cambridge.There is a memo­r­ial win­dow in his honor in South­wark Cathe­dral.

    Rendle, William (1885). John Harvard, St. Saviour's, Southwark, and Harvard University, U.S.A. London: J.C. Francis.
    Shelley, Henry C. (1907). John Harvard and His Times. Boston, MA: Little, Brown, and Co.
    Potter, Alfred Claghorn (1913). Catalogue of John Harvard's library. Cambridge: J. Wilson.
  9. Campus-hijacking Pinoys ‘go to Harvard,’ mob university’s ...

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    Filipinos with a bad case of FOMO mobbed Harvard University's Facebook page after the perhaps befuddled Ivy League institution announced the arrival of its students in an online post yesterday. Ridiculous fake memories were posted in droves, like supposedly missing the campus' coconut juice and Harvard fining people for speaking English in August, considered Filipino ...This article, Campus ...

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