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The inner-city streets of Cleveland may be worlds away from the Ivory Tower, but the "Ivy Tower" is firmly entrenched here.
Six graduates of Harvard University's master's program in city and regional planning are working to redevelop Cleveland's neighborhoods - all independently, yet inter-connectedly. And most say that while they could have accepted jobs anywhere, they chose Cleveland because of the challenges offered by a city with so much unmet potential.
Michael May, vice president of Neighbors Organized for Action in Housing (NOAH); Kathryn Hexter, a project director at Cleveland State University's Center for Neighborhood Development; Todd Graham, …