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Senator Criticizes Academic Arrests

Senator Edward M. Kennedy ’54-’56 protested the arrests of 12 Bangladeshi academics in a letter to the nation’s government last

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At KSG, General Draws Fire

The chief of the Bangladeshi military, who took part in a two-day session at the Kennedy School of Government last

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Residents Sue to Protect Park

A cluster of Cambridge houses near the Harvard Divinity School, originally built as living quarters for Harvard junior faculty, is

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An artistic rendering of Shady Hill Square.

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Council Hopefuls Clash on Housing

Candidates for the Cambridge City Council debated the ins and outs of development last night, exchanging views on affordable housing,

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Candidates Narrowed in Boston City Council Election

Candidates representing both “new” and “old” Boston vaulted past three rivals in a preliminary election that winnowed the field for

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Debate Focuses On City Schools

In their only scheduled debate of the campaign, candidates for the Cambridge School Committee clashed last night on the fiscal

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Former Rep. To Direct IOP

Former Rep. Jim Leach, a 15-term Iowa Republican, will serve as the next director of the Institute of Politics (IOP),

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Iowa Republican To Replace Shaheen

Former Congressman Jim Leach, a 15-term Iowa Republican, will serve as the next director of the Institute of Politics, the

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Opening Seen for Shaheen In ’08

Jeanne Shaheen, who stepped down as director of the Institute of Politics on Friday to run for the U.S. Senate

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Shaheen Resigns from Institute of Politics

Former New Hampshire Gov. Jeanne Shaheen has stepped down as the director of Harvard's Institute of Politics to run for

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Shaheen To Resign from Institute of Politics

Jeanne Shaheen, director of Harvard's Institute of Politics, is expected to resign this week to run for U.S. Senate, according

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Third Time's the Charm

EVERETT—Sixteen months after ending his second candidacy for the Massachusetts State Senate, Cambridge City Councillor Anthony D. Galluccio has won

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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.

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