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Harvard Square

Furniture Nonprofit To Move To Square

Furnishing Hope—a nonprofit that provides furniture to help with the transition out of homelessness—is due to open in Harvard Square next month.


Youth Homeless Center Could Close After Budget Cuts

After severe state budget cuts, youth homeless center Youth on Fire is at risk of shutting down if it does not receive more money from the government this month.

The Garage
Harvard Square

With Some Square Businesses Closed, Homeless Population Forced to Relocate

With Au Bon Pain closed for construction, some of Harvard Square's homeless have looked for new places to spend their days. For some, the Garage in Harvard Square has filled this gap.


As Temperatures Drop, Homeless Shelters Face Challenges

A recent blizzard and cold temperatures have proved challenging for Cambridge’s homeless population.


Climate Change Comes to Cambridge

Rising sea levels, storm surges, and floods caused by climate change could place Harvard's campus at risk of being washed away.


Harvard Prepares to House Thousands of Yalies for the Game

Houses, student organizations, and individual students are preparing to host hundreds of Yale students who will be congregating in Cambridge for this weekend’s events.

Closing the Achievement Gap

GSE Professors Argue for Educational Reform During Discussion

Two Graduate School of Education professors argued that systemic educational reform is necessary to close the achievement gap Tuesday.


Houses Postpone Faculty Dinners After Strike

The historic dining workers’ strike concluded Wednesday with a new contract, but the status of semesterly student-faculty dinners in some Houses remains up in the air.

Office of Sustainability's Living Lab
School of Public Health

New 'Living Laboratory' Initiatives to Increase Sustainability Funding

The core idea of the Living Laboratory initiative, which will be housed in the Office for Sustainability, is to use the Harvard campus as a test bed for new ideas related to combating climate change and improving public health.


Students Register to Vote Absentee

Many College students from outside Massachusetts are taking advantage of absentee ballots to participate in their home state’s local politics.

Debating Charter Schools

Panelists Spar Over Mass. Charter School Ballot Measure

At the Graduate School of Education Tuesday, experts clashed over ballot measure Question 2, which would "approve up to 12 new charter schools or enrollment expansions in existing charter schools each year."