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Today is the Cambridge City Council election. The Crimson sat down with the 26 contenders for nine seats on the Cambridge City Council to break down their views on affordable housing, bike lanes, President Donald Trump, and more.
In the second quarter, a Big Green coach broke a press box window following a muffed punt. That punch foreshadowed greater frustration, as the Crimson eked out a 25-22 victory.
In her letter, Faust wrote that universities like Harvard play a critical role in making the Boston area “a competitive place for Amazon’s next venture."
Tigers quarterback Chad Kanoff completed his first 21 passes, and wide receiver Jesper Horsted collected a career-high 246 yards.
Students from schools across Harvard spent two hours debating the ideal qualities and priorities of the University’s next president.
Presidential search committee member Lawrence H. Bacow told a group of Latino alumni and student leaders that the committee is still gathering input for the search.
Athletics Director Robert L. Scalise called last academic year "the best of times and the worst of times."
The Crimson racked up 296 rushing yards while limiting the Leopards to 12. Junior wide receivers Justice Shelton-Mosley and Adam Scott sparked the team with long kick returns for touchdowns.
Amid campus-wide debate on Harvard’s social landscape, some hope that the time is ripe to breathe life into a tired social scene stifled by a socially fractured student body.
The renewal of Adams House will progress in stages, with students remaining in the House while others live in swing housing. The dining hall will likely remain open.