The Cambridge Historical Society held its annual meeting Wednesday, kicking off their 2019 session introducing their theme for the year: “How Does Cambridge Engage.” The event featured guest speaker Karilyn Crockett, an MIT lecturer on public policy who spoke on the historical importance of community activism.
The petition proposes a number of sites between Lincoln Street, which abuts the Massachusetts Turnpike, and the Charles River. This area includes Harvard Business School and the University's athletics complexes.
Cambridge police are investigating a “possible hate crime” after witnesses say a man intentionally toppled over a large menorah.
Business School dean Nitin Nohria will chair a governing board that will manage the new land company.
Pressley said rhetoric surrounding Massachusetts Senator Warren’s Native American ancestry deflects attention from more important conversations.
The branch is the plant-based restaurant chain’s third location.
“Zero Waste importantly does not mean zero trash, but it does try to bring us to a more sustainable waste diversion and recycling and reduction practice,” said Vice Mayor Jan Devereux.
Running among the crowd of 2,500 people who participated in the Samaritans 5K for Suicide Prevention were roughly 20 Harvard undergraduates. They were there for Alexander H. Patel ’17-’18.
In light of the fall 2020 opening of the new School of Engineering and Applied Sciences complex in Allston, Harvard has been ramping up its involvement in the local area.
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.
Keezer’s Classic Clothing Store — a Harvard mainstay that bought and sold garments belonging to President John F. Kennedy Jr. '40 when he was a student — is once again open for business at a new location in Porter Square.
National Recovery Month is sponsored by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and strives to educate people about substance abuse and recovery.
Running unopposed in November, Pressley, 44, will become the first African-American to represent the state in the U.S. House of Representatives.