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Jack weighs in on the wonders of Widener. Published On Wednesday, November 07, 2007 8:04 PMBy JACK F. PARARASCrimson Staff Writer


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"The ultimate decision to end the concert was that of the Harvard University Police Department," said College Events Board President John F. Pararas '08-'09, who is also a former Crimson magazine writer.
As per Gillis' contract, no concert barriers were in place during his performance, Pararas said. Pararas at one point included expletives in his call for students to move away from the stage.


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By JOHN F. PARARASCrimson Staff Writer


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"The ultimate decision to end the concert was that of the Harvard University Police Department," said College Events Board President John F. Pararas '08-'09, who is also a former Crimson magazine writer.
As per Gillis' contract, no concert barriers were in place during his performance, Pararas said. Pararas at one point included expletives in his call for students to move away from the stage.


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This year’s Harvard-Yale pep rally will likely feature Pittsburgh-based remix artist Girl Talk, according to individuals close to College Events Board chair John F. Pararas ’08-’09 and vice-chair Benjamin P. Schwartz ’10.
John F. Pararas ’08-’09 will serve as chair of the College Events Board until December, and Benjamin P. Schwartz ’10 will serve as vice-chair.


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