Gonzalez, the Democratic candidate for Mass. governor, wants to levy a 1.6 percent tax on private, non-profit colleges and universities in the state whose endowments total over $1 billion — a category that includes Harvard.
Quentin A. Palfrey ’96 always knew he wanted to serve others. Now, drawing on Harvard role models ranging from Theodore Roosevelt to his parents, he's running to serve as Massachusetts's next lieutenant governor.
For the first time in roughly two decades, voters in Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville will vote in a highly contested Democratic primary.
Economics Professor Roland G. Fryer, Jr. is being investigated separately by Harvard and the state of Massachusetts and has been barred by University officials from setting foot in the research lab he heads.
The rally—organized by the student-led Every Voice Coalition—supported two bills currently in House committees.
The change comes as a new piece of state legislation, the Massachusetts Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, takes effect.
Mass. Secretary Matthew A. Beaton called for further review by the Department of Transportation’s recent evaluation of Allston’s West Station.
Activist and author Robert “Bob” K. Massie visited The Democracy Center on Friday to discuss his campaign for the Democratic nomination to challenge incumbent Governor Charlie D. Baker ’79 this November.
Business school administrator Margaret W. Busse has announced her candidacy for Mass. state Senate as a Republican.
Happy 4/20, Harvard!
“We really dodged a huge bullet on Friday, but it is definitely not over," one Massachusetts health care executive said.