Crimson staff writer
Mollie S. Ames
Reopening Cambridge’s schools has surfaced tensions old and new — between public and private schools, between teachers and administrators, between vulnerable families and the representatives tasked with speaking on their behalf — challenging the district’s stated commitment to “equity and access.” And as plans continue to shift, some parents worry that those at greatest risk may ultimately have the least say in the process.
Based in Mather House, “The Masc” seeks to provide a space for undergraduates to address questions about masculinity at Harvard. Founded by Mather House tutor David Jud and Unitarian Universalist Harvard chaplain Adam L. Dyer, “The Masc,” to Jud’s knowledge, is the first organization on campus created exclusively to explore masculinity, both in the context of Harvard and beyond.
From 1984 to 2001, Hoffman and Carole Ann Fer co-owned Clayground, a pottery studio that the Cambridge Women’s Commission refers to as a “socialistic pottery business.”