Sometimes it seems as if most people in Cambridge think they should hold public office. There are 59 candidates for
It is only fitting that in this uniquely heterogeneous city there should be a unique system of voting: Proportional Representation
T HE LONE INCUMBENT not seeking reelection to the City Council in November, Robert P. Moncreiff perhaps typifies the liberal
T HE MAJORITY opinion editorial on CHUL's refusal to sponsor a student referendum on ROTC voices its abhorrence of that
It's a moral issue. Do you destroy a city to put up a monument for a person who fought for
A suspicious and sometimes hostile audience of about 75 people criticized plans for the Kennedy Memorial Library at a public
The Harvard Square Development Task Force has scheduled an open meeting for 8 p.m. tonight at the Martin Luther King
Under the watchful eyes of several state and city officials, the Cambridge Board of Elections held appeal hearing yesterday for
A group of ecology-minded Harvard students and Cambridge residents will begin a series of "plant-ins" around Harvard Square on Sunday.
The Cambridge City Council last night recorded its opposition to the proposed power transmission station at Alewife Brook Parkway, citing
There are probably people in the Office of Government and Community Affairs who wish that Saundra Graham would heed the
The Cambridge School Committee voted unanimously last night to rescind letters of dismissal that were sent to 13 administrators in
N EW YORK CITY is well known for its long and sensational political history -- Boss Tweed and Tammany Hall,
Weather permitting, the Crimson batmen will open their home season today when they face cross-town rival MIT at 3 p.m.
The Cambridge Planning Board (CPB) held a public hearing last night at City Hall on its own petition to create