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Katerina V. Corr

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Siddiqui Interview
City Politics

Moving Beyond ‘Pandemic Mayor’: Cambridge Mayor Sumbul Siddiqui Talks Goals for Second Term

With her second term well underway, Cambridge Mayor Sumbul Siddiqui said in a Thursday interview that she hopes to break out of the mold of “pandemic mayor.”

Siddiqui Interview
Cambridge City Council

Siddiqui Interview

Cambridge City Hall
Cambridge Schools

After Two Years, Cambridge Neighborhood Service Project Returns to In-Person Programming

Cambridge’s Neighborhood Service Project, an initiative offering young people the opportunity to collaborate on community service projects, began its yearly programming this month — its first in-person cycle since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Trolley Bus
Cambridge

MBTA to Replace Route 71 and 73 Trolley Buses Next Week

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority will replace the Route 71 and 73 trolley buses with diesel-hybrid buses beginning next week.

Rat Garbage Cans
City Politics

Cambridge to Distribute New Trash Carts to All Residents in June

Cambridge’s Department of Public Works will be distributing new trash carts to “all buildings where the City collects their trash” in June to replace residents’ current trash barrels.

Cambridge City Hall
City Politics

Cambridge to Lift Indoor Mask Mandate in March

Cambridge will lift its indoor mask mandate on March 14, the city announced Wednesday.

IOP
IOP

Former Biden, Trump Pollsters Discuss the 2022 Midterms at IOP Forum

A pair of top political pollsters said Tuesday that the fast-moving foreign policy crisis in Ukraine and the uncertain trajectory of Covid-19 in the United States have cast uncertainty over the 2022 midterm elections, which will shape the latter half of President Joe Biden’s first term.

Cambridge City Hall
Cambridge City Council

Cambridge City Officials Discuss Universal Pre-K

Members of the Cambridge City Council and the Cambridge School Committee discussed the long road to implementing universal pre-school during a joint roundtable discussion Monday afternoon.

Cambridge City Hall
City Politics

Cambridge Kickstarts Search for Next City Manager

The City Council has kickstarted its search for the next city manager – Cambridge’s most influential government post that handles the city’s agencies and budget – with a month of public engagement.

Cambridge Covid-19 Data
Harvard in the City

'Not Out of the Woods Yet': Cambridge Looks to the Future of Pandemic Post-Omicron Peak

The Cambridge Health Department released findings showing that the peak of Omicron cases occurred in early January, but cases remain high in the area.

Harvard-Yale Spirit Week
College

Students Celebrate Upcoming Harvard-Yale Game at CEB Spirit Week

In anticipation of the 137th Harvard-Yale football game this upcoming Saturday, the College Events Board hosted a week of spirit events featuring plate smashing, Yale-bashing stand-up comedy, and musical performances.

Weather
Research

Radcliffe Fellow Discusses Animal Attachments in ‘Biology of Intimacy’ Talk

Radcliffe fellow Steven Phelps, a professor of integrative biology at the University of Texas at Austin, discussed his research on intimate attachments between animals during a presentation Wednesday afternoon.

Halloween
College

Undergraduates Celebrate First Covid-Era Halloween on Campus

Undeterred by the rainy weather, Harvard students donned their spookiest costumes and traversed campus this weekend to celebrate the first in-person Halloweekend for many since 2019.

Harvard Ed Portal
College Life

Ed Portal Panelists Discuss Monuments’ Past and Future

Boston and Cambridge-area arts professionals discussed the ability of new kinds of monuments to “contribute to the formation of a positive collective identity” at a Harvard Ed Portal panel on Tuesday.

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