Every year, students flock to the annual showdown between the Harvard and Yale football teams. The bleachers at other sporting events, however, are often sparsely populated.
Why bother filling out the Q-Guide at all?
Paul F. Toner is a lifelong resident of Cambridge, an educator, and a political advocate who is running for Cambridge City Council for the first time this year.
“My biggest takeaway is that there is a ton of opportunity to do activist lending in a lot of developing markets,” a student attendee said.
University presidents and athletics administrators discussed amateurism, coaching and staff diversity, and several scandals that have dogged athletics programs in recent years.
The event was held to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
“If you want to add Nutella, peanut butter, and Oreos to your milkshake, go ahead. If you wanna add Nutella to your grilled cheese, possibly also go ahead.”
Cabot Café staff say they decided to extend their hours after considering students’ interest in the earlier hours, and the café’s recent financial success.
The group is a “social, cultural, and political student organization concerned with the intersectional enactment of justice in the Southern United States and its communities.”
Many of this year’s candidates say they are running for marshal to restore a sense of camaraderie that they feel has been missing since freshman year.