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Harvard to reopen Yard if terms are met

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Starting tomorrow, Harvard University plans to allow visitors back into its yard from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. without requiring a university identification card, provided that Occupy Harvard protesters comply with conditions laid out in a statement released by administrators last night. The protesters voluntarily decided to remove most of their tents earlier this week. The university is asking them not to erect any more and to refrain from staying overnight in the two tents that remain.

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