Allston Residents Express Skepticism over Wu’s BPDA Reforms
Following a Jan. 25 announcement by Boston Mayor Michelle Wu ’07 of her plans to reform the Boston Planning and Development Agency, Allston advocates expressed skepticism over whether the changes would substantially benefit their neighborhood.
Academics and Advocates Discuss Reparations for Slavery at Harvard IOP Forum
Scholars and activists discussed reparatory justice movements for Black Americans and the legacy of reparations pioneer Callie House at a Harvard Institute of Politics forum on Thursday evening.
Harvard Dining to Offer Expanded Meal Options in Spring Semester in Response to Survey
Harvard University Dining Services announced on Tuesday that it will roll out an array of updates to meal offerings for the spring semester, including new lunch options and international-themed brunches and dinners.
Fifty Years After Roe Decision, Harvard Radcliffe Institute Hosts Conference on Abortion in America
Hundreds gathered at the Harvard Radcliffe Institute for a two-day conference about abortion rights and legislation in the United States on Thursday evening and Friday.
At First State of the City Address, Mayor Michelle Wu ’07 Promises City Planning Overhaul
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu ’07 promised to overhaul the city’s urban planning strategy and build more affordable housing during her first State of the City address on Wednesday evening.
Five Harvard Grads Among Newly Elected Members of 118th Congress
Five Harvard graduates, including four Democrats, were among the freshman members of the 118th Congress sworn into office last week.
Company Executives Discuss National Security, Artificial Intelligence at Belfer Center Seminar
Private sector professionals gave a series of presentations at the intersection of national security and artificial intelligence during a virtual seminar held by the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs on Tuesday.
Biden Holds 39 Percent Approval Rating Among Young Voters, IOP Poll Finds
President Joe Biden’s approval rating among young Americans dropped to 39 percent, according to the fall 2022 Harvard Institute of Politics Youth Poll released on Thursday — down from 41 percent last spring.
Advocates Discuss Voting Rights at Harvard Panel Hosted by Vice Provost for Advances in Learning
Voting rights advocates discussed ongoing litigation at the intersection of racial justice and voting rights at a virtual event hosted by the Office of the Vice Provost for Advances in Learning on Tuesday.
Global Affairs Experts Discuss Nuclear Threats at IOP Forum
International affairs experts discussed modern and historical threats of nuclear war at a Harvard Institute of Politics forum Monday evening.
LGBTQ+ Advocates Discuss Activism at IOP National Coming Out Day Forum
LGBTQ+ advocates discussed their coming out experiences and activist work in honor of National Coming Out Day at a Harvard Institute of Politics forum on Tuesday evening.
Harvard Misinformation Expert Joan Donovan Forced to Leave by Kennedy School Dean, Sources Say
Harvard Faculty and Cambridge Students Speak Out Against AP African American Studies Ban
More Than 100 Call for Harvard Kennedy School Dean to Resign After Decision to Oust Joan Donovan
Harvard Law School Student Charged With Assaulting Student In Homophobic Attack
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