Several property owners contend that a letter falsely touted their support for Dhanda’s attempt to prevent the opening of a local medical marijuana dispensary.
Pot shops may come to Harvard Square, but Harvard students may be limited in their ability to frequent them.
“Without some attempt to measure who responded, adjust who responded, it’s difficult to know what to make of it,” said Chase H. Harrison, the associate director of the Harvard Program on Survey Research.
Kathryn Sikkink spoke Thursday about the contemporary human rights issues, arguing that outside of the United States, cooperation among Western nations to preserve human rights has not decreased.
Although the march’s Facebook page stated that the event was open to those of all “political leanings,” speakers derided many aspects of President Donald Trump’s agenda.
Various political groups across campus teamed up last week to help register voters and encourage students to remain engaged in the political process.
Impossible Foods has faced regulatory hurdles as it seeks to brings its genetically-engineered “meat” product to a wider market.