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Nina H. Pasquini

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Bucket Hat

Front and Center

As the landscape of affinity groups on campus has evolved, a consistent theme has been the struggle for space—space to gather, space to make minority voices heard, and space in the University consciousness as a whole.

Dreams March in Boston

PBHA Members, Bostonians Rally for Youth Jobs

Protesters demanded an increase in funding from the state for youth jobs in Massachusetts from $10 million to $14 million a year, among other things.

Cambridge Craigslist

The Best of Cambridge Craigslist Lost and Found

A FM-curated collection of our favorite posts on the Cambridge Craigslist Lost and Found.

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City Politics

Boston Enters Round Two of Amazon HQ Search

Amazon named Boston as one of 20 finalists in its search for a second headquarters earlier this month, after both city and Harvard leaders said they support the bid.

Currier SCR

Senior (Un)common Room

Some say Senior Common Rooms are characterized by affiliates’ meek involvement, low student engagement, and inconvenient program scheduling.

Net Neutrality

Some Professors Caution Against Net Neutrality Rule Change

As the FCC prepares to vote on a proposal to dismantle current net neutrality rules, some Harvard professors at cautioned against several aspects of the proposal.

Mass Hall, Fall 2017
Student Life

Four Harvard Seniors Win Rhodes Scholarships

Tania N. Fabo ’18, H. Harold X. “Xavier” Gonzalez ’18, Samarth Gupta ’18, and Alan Z. Yang’ 18 will join the ranks of Harvard’s over 350 previous Rhodes Scholars.

Khalil Abdur-Rashid

A Conversation with Harvard’s First Muslim Chaplain

From the Fifteen Minute Magazine: Khalil Abdur-Rashid is four months into his role as the first full-time Muslim chaplain at Harvard University.

Spare Change News
Around Town

A Voice in the Square: Spare Change News

Spare Change News’ connection to Harvard goes beyond the newspaper’s location.

American Sign Language Table in Lowell
Student Life

Unheard: Deaf Culture and ASL at Harvard

“No one will speak up, and you don’t want to be that one person who speaks up, because it’s something that a lot of people with hearing loss are self-conscious about.” Many professors, she added, do not record their lectures or provide transcripts.

Dan Lenke

Dan Lenke

One of Dan Lenke’s biggest concerns is protecting Cantabrigians from being forced out of the city by unaffordable housing.

Head of the Charles
Men's Crew

Cambridge Prepares for Flood of Regatta Visitors

Ahead of this weekend's Head of the Charles regatta, Square businesses say “nothing else really compares" to the rush of customers from the annual event.

The Science Center

Apocalypse Then: Surviving Y2K at Harvard

“We were sitting there, stroke of midnight, watching it progress across the world."