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Working toward the goal of creating “the best bagels in Boston and the world, [making] everything from scratch, [and taking] no short-cuts,” Bagelsaurus’s owner, Mary Ting Hyatt, is an artisan of the highest order. And her breakfast sandwiches, made from as many locally-sourced and all-natural ingredients as possible, are equal parts creative and simple.
More than 200 people joined on Saturday to celebrate the grand opening of the Harvard Ed Portal in Allston’s new location at 224 Western Avenue.
Language offices in the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations are housed in a re-purposed residential home at 5 Bryant Street. Department administrators said the space does not have the capacity to accommodate approximately 40 instructors and administrators.
Around 40 instructors and administrators share office space in the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations offices at 5 Bryant Street, often four or five to one bedroom-size room. The department previously requested space upgrades.
Following Boston’s 2024 bid, University President Drew G. Faust says Harvard will not divert fundraising to the Olympics.
In November, seven students argued in an 11-page complaint that Harvard’s continued investment of its endowment represents “a breach of [Harvard’s] fiduciary and charitable duties as a public charity and nonprofit corporation.”
If current plans hold and the International Olympic Committee picks Boston, Harvard could host up to 10 events in the 2024 Games.
The price change marks a lower percent increase than in recent years, but still continues a decades-long trend of increasing housing prices in Boston and Cambridge.
The National Weather Service predicts a “crippling and potentially historic” 20 to 30 inches of snow for the Boston area, with snowfall accumulation at rates from 2 to 4 inches per hour.
Harvard Stadium could serve as a venue should Boston beat out other contenders when the final decision is made in 2017.
Students from the Graduate School of Education marched from Gutman Hall to Harvard Law School in protest of the Ferguson verdict on Monday, at one point blocking traffic.
Students from the Graduate School of Education marched from Gutman Hall to Harvard Law School in protest of the Ferguson verdict, at one point blocking traffic, on Monday. Protesters chanted phrases including, "Hands up, don't shoot" and listened to various speakers.
A protestor with her hands up in deference to the chant "Hands up, don't shoot." Protesters gathered from the Graduate School of Education and Harvard Law School in front of HLS on Monday at noon.