Harvard in the City
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Harvard Law School is often the site of academic legal debate, but Austin Hall saw a rarer occurrence Thursday: members of the federal bench hearing oral arguments in real cases.
With the program, dubbed the Harvard Teacher Fellows, Harvard will offer prospective educators an alternative to organizations like Teach for America.
Elsa Sze talks about Agora, an online town hall she founded to promote accessibility to political participation, as part of HUBweek.
“Any discussion about reducing inequality in this country, and creating economic growth that reaches everyone, has to begin with investing in education,” Harvard President Drew Faust said Wednesday.
Dubbing 2015 the “Year of the Podcast,” panelists at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society pulled back the curtain on the history of the digital media form and discussed its future.
More than 75 Harvard students cheered “Harvard United for Bernie!” on the way to the rally for the presidential candidate at the Boston Convention Center.
The complex will house classrooms, labs, lounge spaces, an exhibition space, a cafeteria, and 250 parking spots.
People stand in line for fluffernutter sandwiches, which are filled with peanut butter and fluff. This fundraiser, run by Somerville Public Schools, sells over 2,000 sandwiches every year at the annual Fluff Festival.
Shawn Bunn, 44, allegedly used a University credit card to make hundreds of personal purchases, including televisions and Lego sets.
“We try to provide a still point in the city for people to come to,” said Brother Luke W. Ditewig, one of the younger monks living at the monastery.
"It's all day, all night. It's not a job it's a lifestyle," said No Boston Olympics organizer Kelley Gosset Wednesday at the HKS Ash Center for Democratic Governance. She and fellow activists Liam Kerr and Chris Dempsey discussed the importance of grassroots movements among local residents in their campaign against the 2024 Boston Olympic bid.
The Class of 2019 engaged in 17 different service projects around the greater Boston area.
Cabot's Candy, a Provincetown, Mass., based company specializing in saltwater taffy and fudge, is open for business inside the Zinnia Jewelry location on Massachusetts Avenue. It’s one of several new businesses that came to the Square this summer.