David H.A. LeBoeuf
Last night, the Cambridge City Council continued a contentious debate regarding zoning policies—but first took a moment to recognize Cambridge ...
After a controversy two years ago in which small concentrations of a toxic chemical were found in Harvard graduate student ...
The Cambridge City Council held an informal roundtable last night to discuss improvements and modifications to the City’s website.
Last night the Cambridge City Council took a break from its normal order of business to hold a roundtable with the Elections Commission to discuss councilors’ concerns with the voting process.
Andrew R. Paterson ’13, who lives in Cabot House, sees Quad life a little differently from most students—his family lives ...
Especially as she makes her journey through Chile, our university’s president will hopefully see both the nation’s progress and continuing struggles and bring back a renewed desire to continue the University’s outreach and build partnerships to promote a more equitable future.
The Cambridge City Council weighed in last night on the federal budget, passing a resolution urging President Barack Obama to maintain funding for the Community Services Block Grant—the primary funding source for community action programs.
Twenty-three residents addressed the Council in support of Policy Order #20, which asked City Manager Robert W. Healy to investigate a recent trip by municipal law enforcement officials to Israel.
After receiving high praise last week for Cambridge’s AAA bond rating, City Manager Robert W. Healy Jr. came under fire at last night’s City Council meeting as councillors and a disgruntled resident questioned his performance.
It’s not every day that a public hearing turns into a celebration filled with food and live music. But that’s what happened at yesterday’s meeting of the Cambridge City Council.
In response to concerns raised by the city’s GLBT Commission and members of the transgender community, the Cambridge City Council has passed a resolution requesting that the City Manager draft an ordinance on gender-neutral bathrooms.
The Cambridge City Council expressed uneasiness about collaborating with the City of Boston on future development efforts last night after Vertex, a Cambridge-based pharmaceutical company, announced that it will move its headquarters to Boston’s Fan Pier waterfront in 2013.
Harvard undergraduates counter-protested against the Westboro Baptist Church in what was called a "Surprise Absurdity Protest."
Harvard Business School professor John A. Quelch has been selected as the next dean of the China Europe International Business ...
Westboro Baptist Church is scheduled to return to Harvard to protest outside Harvard Hillel Friday morning.