Jessica R. Rubin-wills


Phoning Home

This was supposed to be the summer of my independence. After growing up in Cambridge and going to college a


Harvard Purchases Doubletree Hotel Building

In the latest addition to its 200-acre campus across the Charles River, Harvard announced Monday that it had purchased the Doubletree Guest Suites Hotel building in Allston.


Seeing Red

In a city like Cambridge, red areas aren’t about home cooking, gun-toting and moral values-loving. Red Cambridge means hammers, anvils


Riverside Building Plans Approved

Harvard received the go-ahead from the city’s Planning Board to construct 328 housing units in the neighborhood along the Charles


Campus Reacts to Failure of Gay Marriage Appeal

Legal observers on campus said this week they were not surprised by the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on Monday to


At Least We’re Not Sore Losers

One was a Republican running in the “People’s Republic of Cambridge.” The other was a Green-Rainbow Party candidate taking on


Riverside Plans Draw Criticism

Dozens of Riverside residents challenged the location and design of Harvard’s proposed housing complexes in their neighborhood at a meeting


Copley Turns Sober As Night Wears On

BOSTON—Hundreds descended on Copley Square yesterday hoping for a victory speech from John F. Kerry, but the crowd became subdued


Local Races Feature Harvard

As Cambridge voters head to the polls today to cast their ballots in the presidential elections, they will also weigh


Medical Campus Alerted to Rapes

Police have warned students at Harvard’s Longwood medical campus not to walk alone at night after two women were raped


Harvard Plans To Develop Riverside

Harvard is proposing to build 330 new graduate student and faculty apartments in the neighborhood along the Charles River, which


Toomey Renominated as City Holds Primaries

Timothy D. Toomey was poised late last night to once again secure the Democratic nomination for state representative from the


Survivor: Boston Harbor

BOSTON HARBOR—“Except for the whole thunder and lightning part, this camping trip was really fun,” one of my eighth grade


But What Will the Neighbors Think?

After three years of discussions culminating in a marathon of late-night negotiating sessions, Lawrence Adkins was tired—but not too tired


Students Reflect

When the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled in November that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry, Harvard’s Bisexual,

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Harvard vs. Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven