Crimson staff writer
M. Hanl Park
Preliminary Council Results Show Eight Incumbents Returning
Jan Devereux, a first-time candidate for City Council, will be the only newcomer to the body, replacing current vice mayor Dennis A. Benzan.
Sanzone Exits Council Race After Racist Comments Revelations
John Sanzone, a Cambridge City Council candidate, has decided to end his campaign following revelations this week that he previously posted racist and homophobic comments on a white supremacy website.
Ahead of City Council Election, Seven Incumbents Team Up
Twenty-three candidates are running for nine available Cambridge City Council positions in the city’s biennial elections, with seven of the nine incumbents joining together for a shared campaign platform.
'Summer Playbook' Map Looks To Connect Students
The site officially opened April 14 for students to register their travel plans, but Friday will be the first time that students can find fellow students with similar agendas, according to the site's founder.
Stanford Professor Combines Machine Learning and Econometrics
As part of the Economics Department’s Seymour E. and Ruth B. Harris Lecture Series, Stanford economics professor Susan Athey lectured on new methods of including machine learning in econometrics late Tuesday afternoon.
Campus Services Seeks Optimal Food Trucks
With the goal of finding the perfect combination for Harvard diners, Harvard Campus Services continues to experiment with the selection of food trucks in the Science Center Plaza.
Innovation Challenge Showcases Finalists, Announces Winners
Startup groups presented a large variety of projects from mobile phone applications for finding tutors to vegan baked goods.
Snowden Lawyer Discusses Whistleblowing in Panel
Jesselyn A. Radack was joined by Walt L. Tamosaitis. The two shared their experiences as whistleblowers and pointed to exposing institutional misconduct as an important method for confronting injustice.
After Winter Storms, University Removes Threat of Falling Icicles
As icicles attached to the side of buildings on campus and in the Square have begun to fall onto sidewalks, Harvard is continuing to remove them and clear ice dams.