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Walsh Proposes Rezoning City

City Councillor William H. Walsh, the most vocal Independent critic of restrictive zoning measures, proposed rezoning the entire city with

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City Council Congratulates Harvard Union

The Cambridge City Council unanimously voted Monday night to congratulate the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers (HUCTW) on

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Council Rejects Neighborhood Petition To Limit Development Near Harvard

The City Council defeated a petition to limit development along the Charles River on Monday night, ending a neighborhood group's

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Council Blasts CELCO Rate Structure

The City Council passed several resolutions last night protesting the Cambridge Electric Light Company (CELCO)'s plan to restructure billing rates

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The Road Less Traveled By

"The surface of the earth is soft and impressible by the feet of men; and so with the paths which

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U.S. Policy Downgrades U.N.

A former Carter Administration official last night said the United States' policy toward the United Nations has undermined the international

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Channel 5 to Air Student's Film

A six-minute animated film created by a Harvard senior will air tonight on Channel 5's season premiere of "Nightshift," a

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Survey Part I: Get To Know Harvard’s Class of 2018

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An Evil Woman

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Opening Days

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Transatlanticism