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In the podcast, Mallon and Siddiqui shared their experiences as women legislators.
Despite a speed limit decrease only a year ago, traffic in Harvard Square will become even slower starting this March.
Despite Cambridge residents’ frustrations surrounding construction plans to renovate Gore St., City Council announced Monday that construction would proceed as planned.
The City Council voted to explore funding options for a Business Improvement District in Central Square.
“My hope for this term is that we really take steps forward to become the socially and economically just community that we truly claim to be and want to be,” McGovern said.
Students say a number of factors—including job scarcity and political concerns—deter them from making the trek back down South. Others see an opportunity to return to change their home states for the better.
Students strolling the streets of Cambridge can exercise their pedestrian right-of-way a little more safely.
Gwen T. Volmar is the Assistant Director of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships at Harvard College.
With the return of Classroom to Table this semester, participating restaurants are welcoming the increase in traffic.
Panelists at the Kennedy School described the potential impact of “green banks,” institutions which seek to finance renewable energy initiatives, at an event Thursday.
“[Trump] did what Hillary Clinton was never able to do. He crafted a message that cut through all the chatter,” Schieffer said. “He told them they would not be forgotten.”
As social media becomes increasingly integral to everyday life, four Harvard professors discussed its impact on individuals’ identities and relationships at a panel on Monday.
Though same-sex marriage was legalized nationwide, the country continues to see legal conflicts between religious liberty and BGLTQ rights, Corvino argued.