Senator Edward M. Kennedy ’54-’56 protested the arrests of 12 Bangladeshi academics in a letter to the nation’s government last
The chief of the Bangladeshi military, who took part in a two-day session at the Kennedy School of Government last
An artistic rendering of Shady Hill Square.
A cluster of Cambridge houses near the Harvard Divinity School, originally built as living quarters for Harvard junior faculty, is
Candidates for the Cambridge City Council debated the ins and outs of development last night, exchanging views on affordable housing,
Candidates representing both “new” and “old” Boston vaulted past three rivals in a preliminary election that winnowed the field for
In their only scheduled debate of the campaign, candidates for the Cambridge School Committee clashed last night on the fiscal
Former Rep. Jim Leach, a 15-term Iowa Republican, will serve as the next director of the Institute of Politics (IOP),
Former Congressman Jim Leach, a 15-term Iowa Republican, will serve as the next director of the Institute of Politics, the
Jeanne Shaheen, who stepped down as director of the Institute of Politics on Friday to run for the U.S. Senate
Former New Hampshire Gov. Jeanne Shaheen has stepped down as the director of Harvard's Institute of Politics to run for
Jeanne Shaheen, director of Harvard's Institute of Politics, is expected to resign this week to run for U.S. Senate, according
Timothy R. Flaherty concedes defeat at the “Tavern on the Water” in Charlestown, Mass. last night. The son of a former Mass. House speaker, Flaherty had led the field of four in fundraising and editorial endorsements.
EVERETT—Sixteen months after ending his second candidacy for the Massachusetts State Senate, Cambridge City Councillor Anthony D. Galluccio has won