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Polartec Big Air Competition in Boston

Polartec Big Air Competition in Boston

With the Prudential Tower as his backdrop and a crowd of thousands cheering him on, American snowboarder Charles Guldemond soared into third place at the Polartec Big Air competition at Boston's historic Fenway Park on Thursday night.

Master Planning

Harvard Updates Allston Development Plans

Over the last two weeks, the Boston Redevelopment Authority has published two online amendments to Harvard’s Institutional Master Plan, the University’s blueprint for its Allston developments.


Building Bridges in Allston

To continue bettering its relations with Allston, the University should increase accessibility to that Harvard-Allston Task Force's meetings.

Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra at Symphony Hall

Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra at Symphony Hall

Benjamin Zander conducts the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra on Friday evening at Symphony Hall.

Take a pinch of Boston, add snow, and you've got yourself an epic snowball fight.

Take a pinch of Boston, add snow, and you've got yourself an epic snowball fight.

Boston Common in springtime. It'll look like this again soon enough. But until then, game on.

Unveiling West Station

BRA Eyes Allston Railyard Planning in Shadow of Harvard

The Boston Redevelopment Authority gave a public presentation Wednesday night to discuss plans for Harvard-owned land in Allston, soon to be a site of tumultuous activity as the Massachusetts Department of Transportation straightens the portion of the Massachusetts Turnpike running through the land parcel.

Muse: Drones World Tour

Muse at TD Garden: A Bold, Novel, and Wild Experience

The grave opening and the grim setlist seemed to set the stage for a dark show. But somber fails to describe the rock band’s latest tour—in fact, the show was anything but, as the innovative video projections, charged performances from band members, and flashing, rotating stage rejected any illusion of a low-key, brooding concert.

School of Public Health

Collage, Petition Detail Harvard Club Worker Grievances

Tensions between the Harvard Club of Boston and its unionized employees intensified this weekend following the delivery of a collage of worker photos and the circulation of a petition from School of Public Health students in support of the union.

Devereux's Concerns
Harvard Square

Students, Alumni Concerned Over Potential MBTA Cuts

Students and alumni expressed concern for the potential shuttering of MBTA late night service following last week’s public meeting at Cambridge City Hall.

Harvard-Allston Task Force Meeting
City Politics

Allston Task Force Leadership Change Rekindles Debate

A recent leadership change in the Harvard-Allston Task Force, a neighborhood advisory body on issues related to Harvard’s development projects in Allston, has rekindled debate over the transparency of the group’s member selection process.

199 Allston
City Politics

In Allston, Lucky 42 Offered Dibs on Housing on Harvard Land

Forty-two applicants were chosen on Monday from a lottery pool of 386 to rent affordable housing units constructed in a residential and retail complex located on Harvard-owned land in Allston.

Harvard Kennedy School

Kennedy School Fellow Proposes Reforms to the T

The report, authored by Charles Chieppo, a fellow at the Ash Center, outlines several steps that the transportation service should take to reduce costs and increase ridership

Harvard in the City

Student Groups Petition To Revoke Harvard Club’s Name Rights

A group of students, Harvard Club workers, and Unite Here Local 26 union representatives presented University Provost Alan M. Garber '76 with a petition Thursday to revoke the Harvard Club of Boston’s right to use Harvard’s name.


Humanist Hub Celebrates Humanist Community Day

An award-winning author who is also a former NBA star and local community members gathered to discuss the importance of humanism at the third annual Humanist Community Day at the Humanist Hub on Sunday.

Boston Pops Accompanies Nosferatu

Boston Pops Accompanies Nosferatu

The Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra and Berklee College of Music performed a live score along with a screening of "Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror" on Friday evening.

Special Teams

In Photos: The Game

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate

The Back of the UC Ballot

Helicopter over Harvard

In Photos: Bomb Threat Shakes the Yard


A.D. Club ‘Strongly’ Opposes Membership Changes