Ema R. Schumer
The Cambridge Police Department billed Harvard around $185,000 in security fees associated with the first two weeks of the graduate student union’s strike, according to CPD spokesperson Jeremy Warnick.
After finishing their final papers and exams in frosty Cambridge, members of Harvard Women’s Basketball flew down to Boca Raton to play in Florida Atlantic University’s Holiday Classic this past weekend, finishing 1-1. In addition to the Crimson, the tournament featured host FAU, Saint Joseph’s University, and Furman University.
Harvard is proposing engaging federal mediators to assist in bargaining with its graduate student union, which has been on strike for more than two weeks over a deadlock in the negotiations, Provost Alan M. Garber ’76 announced in an email to University affiliates Thursday.
Harvard and Graduate Student Union Reach Multiple Agreements In First Bargaining Session Since Strike Began
Harvard’s graduate student union and University administrators agreed to six tentative contract provisions during a bargaining session Wednesday — none of which include the three major points of contention at the heart of the union’s more than two-week-old strike.
A Harvard student sustained non-life threatening injuries after a car driving along Massachusetts Avenue in Harvard Square hit the student Wednesday evening.
As hundreds of graduate student union members and their supporters have cycled through picket lines across campus over the past week, some students have decided not to join their ranks.
Though Harvard lost to Northeastern 46-44, the game was overwhelmingly a win for the greater Boston area.