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Ekene I. Agu

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Don’t Make It Nasty At Yardfest

Many people are wondering, why now? I think a better question is, why not now? And still better, if not now, then when? Sentiments toward Tyga are not occurring in a vacuum; consequences of rape culture and misogyny are evident not only in the presence of sexual assault on campus and the various initiatives aimed at addressing it, but also in the nation with the high-profile Steubenville and Torrington rape cases. The specter of Tyga’s visit has provided a timely and relevant way to contribute to ongoing local and larger efforts.

Outdoor Church Service
Religion

Divinity School and Local Churches Give Services for Homeless

Divinity School students have contributed to developing the new program, bolstering the unique combination of public service and spiritual outreach.

FAS

Yau To Support Math Students

Harvard Mathematics Professor Shing-Tung Yau, one of this year’s two winners of the Wolf Prize in Mathematics, announced on Monday that he intends use his portion of the award to create a fund at China’s Tsinghua University to support the study of mathematics, especially among low income students.

Student Life

Two Projects Win I3 Grants

Two teams of undergraduate entrepreneurs were each awarded $15,000 on March 31 to realize their respective commercial and social projects this summer as winners of the largest i3 Harvard College Innovation Challenge grant.

Russell House Tavern
Harvard Square

Russell House Tavern Opens on JFK Street

Russell House Tavern, a new restaurant occupying the former Z-Square location at 14 JFK St., opened to crowds of curious customers last Thursday.

Food and Drink

Second Norovirus Outbreak Shuts Faculty Club

The Harvard Faculty Club was closed for a second time on Tuesday, amid renewed guest complaints of illnesses in the wake of a norovirus infection that affected Club guests just a week before.

Leland Cheung
College

Cheung Discusses Plans For Council

HKS student Leland Cheung shared his experiences as the first Asian American Cambridge Councillor with a small group of students and community leaders yesterday.

Crime

Cambridge Resident Arrested for Stealing GPS

Cambridge resident John L. Mehl, 57, was apprehended by Cambridge Police Department officers Feb. 4 for breaking and entering into a blue Volvo sedan parked on Garden St.

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