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City Council Calls for Pro-Labor University President

At Cambridge City Hall last night, more than 30 residents showed up to urge the city to amend a zoning

Bill To Target Underage Drinking

A group of concerned Cantabrigians gathered yesterday to discuss many collegians’ favorite crime—underage drinking. The panel discussion, hosted by the

Clink! More Liquor May Soon Flow in the Square

Imbibing in the Square may soon get a little bit easier. The Cambridge City Council approved a liquor license application

Sullivan Set To Seek Uncle’s Job

He’s been a City Council member since 1994 and served two terms as Cambridge’s mayor, but now Michael A. Sullivan

Councillors Support City Manager's Contract Extension, but Residents Criticize Him at Meeting

Cambridge City Council members unanimously supported the extension of City Manager Robert W. Healy’s contract in a public hearing yesterday,

Harvard, City Oversight Committee Clash Over Continuance of Saturday Riverside Construction

Cambridge residents expressed frustration about the alleged intrusiveness of Harvard’s construction project across from Mather House and the University’s lack

City Dancers Search for Space

City councillors, local administrators, and Cantabrigian dancing enthusiasts gathered last night in a special roundtable meeting to discuss the fate

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

Bookbinder Doubles As Inventor

A sign in the window of the wedge-like building squeezed into the corner where Brattle meets JFK Street advertises “Old

Fie, Feminism

We’re comfortable enough in the workforce that women are choosing to stay home with their children. Wildly popular seminars are

Beset by Blunders, Voith Finishes Third

The newly dismantled Voith-Gadgil campaign headquarters, in a Winthrop House suite, was filled with staffers laughing, talking, toasting, and dancing

Lab Regulations Upset Schools

Many United States universities—including Harvard—are protesting governmental regulations, proposed earlier this year, that would segregate foreign students and researchers working

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IOP Fellows Wax Political in Dunster JCR

Five of the seven fall fellows from the Institute of Politics (IOP) gathered to discuss paradoxes inherent in public service

Janitors Rally Before Contracts Expire

Harvard janitors demonstrated in advance of the expiration of their contract yesterday, joining with student supporters to rally in Harvard

KSG Grad Seeks Liberian Presidency

A graduate of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government (KSG) and Liberian presidential candidate may become Africa’s first female head of