Crimson staff writer
The debate over bike lane expansion continued to swirl in Cambridge following the release of a long-awaited economic impact report conducted by the City Manager’s Office.
The Cambridge City Council passed a policy order against racial and gender disparities in city contracts and discussed a report on the economic impacts of bike lanes during a Monday meeting.
Cambridge will launch a pilot program helping low-income residents access affordable internet services and technological support, the city announced Tuesday.
Cambridge residents named affordable housing as their top priority and gave the city government a 69 percent approval rating, according to the city’s annual Resident Satisfaction Survey.
The Cambridge City Council unanimously passed an amended resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza during a marathon Monday meeting, following weeks of criticism from activists over its failure to do so last November.
The Cambridge City Council is expected to pass a policy order expressing support for an “immediate, negotiated ceasefire by both Hamas and Netanyahu Administration” during its upcoming Monday meeting.
The Cambridge City Council discussed federal funding for public renewable energy projects funding during a Monday evening meeting that was interrupted by pro-Palestine protesters.
After Covid-19 Recovery, Harvard College Sees Rise in International Enrollment for Third Straight Year
Harvard College saw an increase in enrolled international students for the third year in a row, with demographic data from the enrolled Class of 2027 indicating a 32 percent increase in the share of international students compared to the Class of 2024.
Stop Harvard Land Grabs Coalition Demands Reparations for Former Harvard Farmland Purchases in Brazil
The Stop Harvard Land Grabs Coalition reiterated calls for the University to provide reparations to residents impacted by former holdings in Brazilian farmlands at an annual hybrid panel Wednesday.