Film crews for David Fincher's "The Social Network," the tell-all film about Facebook's origins, have enlisted the university's heavyweight crew team to participate in a few scenes, according to The Boston Globe.
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NFL skins for laptops and iPods
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Cool idea, but it needs work, especially with the underage user base.
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Test your sports prescience.
Youth sports social network already boasts a lineup of pro-athlete investors; it's also backed by Major League Baseball Advanced Media and the Creative Artists Agency.