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Four Citizens Clamor for City Council’s Ear

Every week, before Cambridge’s city council gets down to business, it opens the floor for public comment. During this period,

Panel Urges Homeless Help

Students should lobby for increased affordable housing, accessible legal aid, adequate income, and universal healthcare to fight homelessness, a panel

City Considers Less Strict Alcohol Policy

Last night’s City Council meeting opened with a modern dance performance in celebration of the month of May staged in

Cambridge Considers Sudan Divestment

After Providence, R.I. became the first American city to divest from companies linked to Sudan last week, a student at

Cambridge Mulls Bid For Prized Square Site

The city may have more say in the makeup of Harvard Square if councillors manage to orchestrate Cambridge’s purchase of

Harvard Donates $1.3 Million Gift to Cambridge for Square Improvements

The Cambridge City Council voted at its meeting last night to appropriate a $1.3 million-dollar gift from Harvard for the

Cambridge Counts Its Homeless

While most Cambridge residents stayed indoors after a snowstorm this past January, others braved the chill to find out how

At City Hall, 50 Workers Protest

Roughly 50 Cambridge Housing Authority (CHA) employees protested outside City Hall yesterday evening before the weekly city council meeting, demanding

A Harvard Man In The Mayor’s Seat

In 1972, at least one Harvard graduate did not depart the brick buildings of Harvard Yard with his sights set

Hapless Havana

When my grandparents first invited me to go with them to Cuba over winter break, I mentally cast myself in

Cambridge Council Plans to Audit City Manager, Improve Mass. Ave., and Honor Burger of the City

Cambridge city councillors serenaded the new mayor, Kenneth E. Reeves ’72, who is one month into his term, with a

Kelley Poised to Unseat Council Incumbent

Environmental consultant Craig Kelley was poised to replace three-term veteran David P. Maher on the Cambridge City Council, with the

Sullivan Touts Focus on Education During Tenure as Mayor

Pulling out his cell phone as if to demonstrate, Cambridge Mayor Michael A. Sullivan explains that he returns many of

Candidates Meet at City Council Forum

Candidates for next week’s Cambridge City Council election—incumbents and challengers alike—listed housing affordability, taxes, and education as top local issues

New Louie’s Owner To Expand Store’s Offerings

The new owner of Louie’s Superette hopes to attract students in search of daytime caffeine pick-me-ups, not just late-night beer

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Harvard-Yale 2014

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Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads