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Jacqueline P. Patel
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President’s Innovation Challenge Winners Announced
A company that revolutionizes ear infection treatment, an app to guide small business in emerging markets, and a toolkit to empower girls in STEM all won big Wednesday.
Allston, Brighton Residents Form Housing Coalition
More than 100 Allston and Brighton homeowners and renters joined a grassroots coalition over the past week.
With Harvard's Help, Allstonians Look to Spruce Up Lincoln St. Green Strip
Some Allstonians are looking to restore a roadside strip of green land near Interstate 90 with Harvard's help after a similar attempt a decade ago failed to take root.
i-lab Launches New Alumni-Led Ventures Program
Launch Lab X—which is set to start in September—will offer mentorship, guidance, and resources to accepted applicants for nine months.
Harvard Student-Hosted Art Show Opens In Allston for Second Year
Over 700 attendees admired student artwork at the Ed Portal in Allston as part of the opening reception for a Harvard student-hosted art show Saturday.
Harvard Completes Steel Framework for Allston Energy Facility
Harvard recently completed the steel framework of the "District Energy Facility" in Allston that will provide electricity and water to the new SEAS complex.
Water Resource Authorities Address Safety Concerns in Allston
As Harvard develops its plans for the campus, some Allston residents are concerned about the potential dangers of these pipes.
Firefighters Rescue Two Construction Workers After Fall
At 2:17 p.m. on Wednesday, the Boston Fire Department responded to a 911 call, which reported that two workers had fallen approximately 20 feet from the fifth floor to the third floor.
BPDA Approves Harvard's Initial Plans for ‘Enterprise’ Campus
The plan the BPDA approved last week describes the development goals and intended uses for a particular 14.1-acre portion of the “Enterprise Research Campus."
Mass. Secretary Urges MassDOT to Further West Station Analysis
Mass. Secretary Matthew A. Beaton called for further review by the Department of Transportation’s recent evaluation of Allston’s West Station.