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Municipal Voter Turnout
Democrats

Municipal Voter Turnout

The last time voter turnout from Harvard students for a municipal election spiked was during the 2003 race when Matthew DeBergalis, a MIT graduate, was running for Cambridge City Council.

Harvard Residents Registered
Democrats

Harvard Residents Registered

Voter registration numbers are according to the City of Cambridge. Residence numbers are according to the Harvard College Facebook. Residence registration rates were calculated as the number of individuals registered at a location relative to the number of current residents of that location

Harvard Residents Registered
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Mobilizing the Harvard Student Vote

In the last decade, Harvard students have turned out for elections of national importance but have neglected those at the city level. In Tuesday's Cambridge City Council election, 'Get Out the Vote' efforts push for student voice.

25 Candidates, 9 Seats
City Politics

25 Candidates, 9 Seats

25 Candidates, 9 Seats
City Politics

Interactive Feature: The 2013 Cambridge City Council Election

When Cambridge voters head to the polls on Tuesday, they'll pick from among 25 candidates, all of whom have different ideas about how best to negotiate University relations, fight crime and promote safety, interact with the environment, legislate housing, and foster Square business in the city.

Business in Cambridge
Harvard Square

Business in Cambridge

Business in Cambridge
Harvard Square

City Council Candidates Grapple with Changing Face of Square Business

Many City Council candidates have continued to emphasize that Cambridge must work to preserve the eclectic flavor that makes Harvard Square so unique.

A Changing City
Cambridge City Council

A Changing City

Cambridge: Then and Now
Cambridge City Council

The Housing Puzzle

While all the City Council candidates interviewed by The Crimson agreed that rental rates in Cambridge are exceedingly high and that the housing stock needs to increase, they clashed over where and how to implement changes.

Cambridge: Then and Now
Cambridge City Council

Cambridge: Then and Now

Upstairs on the Square to Close
Food and Drink

UpStairs on the Square To Close After 31 Years

After more than three decades serving the Cambridge community and visitors with its famously flamboyant flair, UpStairs on the Square is set to close its doors on Dec. 31, co-founders and co-owners Mary-Catherine Deibel and Deborah Hughes announced in an email to subscribers over the weekend.

Menino
City Politics

Menino Will Not Work for Harvard after Serving as Mayor

Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino will not be accepting offers of employment from Harvard University after he leaves office, Menino spokesperson Dot Joyce told The Crimson on Tuesday.

New Felipe's
Food and Drink

Felipe's To Move to Brattle Street, Expand Menu

Mexican eatery Felipe’s Taqueria will move from its current location to the space formerly occupied by Bertucci’s on Brattle Street and will expand its menu offerings to include alcohol and seafood options around February 2014, according to co-owner Tom Brush.

Allston

BRA Approves Harvard's Institutional Master Plan

The plan calls for nine projects that will be completed over the next ten years, representing the first step in Harvard’s long-term vision for its Allston campus.

A Green Cambridge
Cambridge City Council

A Green Cambridge

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