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.
Amid MBTA Repairs, Harvard-Area Workers Report Challenging Red Line Commutes
Workers at Harvard and around the Square say they continue to face difficulties in their daily commutes to Cambridge due to ongoing slow zones, increased wait times, and diversions on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s Red Line.
U.S. Department of Transportation Rejects Funding Request for Mass. Pike Realignment Project
The Massachusetts Turnpike realignment effort in Allston has hit a temporary roadblock following the U.S. Department of Transportation’s rejection of a request from the city and state for $1.2 billion to help fund the $2 billion project.
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.
Students Offer Mixed Reviews of Thursday Night Dining Restrictions
Every Thursday, upperclassmen across the College troop back to their house dining halls for dinner to reconnect with their housemates, hear the week’s announcements, and revel in a space free from interhouse guests during Community Night — a tradition receiving mixed reviews from students.
To the Editor: Let Us Eat Bacon
As an undergraduate member of the Student Labor Action Movement, I am writing in response to your “Let Them Eat Toast” editorial from November 14th, which had some criticisms of SLAM and unionized HUDS workers’ campaign for hot breakfast.
Environmental Group Calls on Harvard to Increase Public Access to Boathouse Docks Amid Renovations
Ongoing renovations of Harvard’s Weld and Newell Boathouses along the Charles River have recently drawn scrutiny from an environmental group advocating for increased public access to the riverside docks.
‘A Return to Old Politics’: Political Experts Reflect on Chinese Communist Party’s 20th Party Congress
Political experts met to discuss the future of US-China relations following the 20th Party Congress of the Chinese Communist Party at a panel hosted by the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation on Tuesday.
Journalist David Sanger Discusses Documentary on Biden’s First Year at Harvard IOP Forum
Longtime New York Times correspondent David E. Sanger ’82 discussed a documentary he produced alongside Emmy award-winning director John Maggio on the Biden administration’s first year at a Harvard Institute of Politics forum Thursday.
Radcliffe Launches Five-Year Focus on Climate Change with Symposium of Interdisciplinary Scholars
A panel of activists, scientists, and journalists discussed the human impacts of climate change at an event hosted last Friday by the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.
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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