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Summer Residents Lament 9-Day Loss of MAC During Renovations

The Malkin Athletic Center, Harvard’s flagship recreational gymnasium, closed Monday for nine days of renovations, placing additional strain on the University’s other recreational fitness facilities.

Cambridge City Council Will Form Special Committee To Consider Charter Amendments

After a meeting of the Government Operations, Rules and Claims Committee become bogged down in a procedural debate, members emerged two hours later with only a resolution to create a new joint special committee — and a distinct sense of frustration.

City Dismisses Appeal from Fox Club Landlord Over Zoning Code Violations

The Cambridge Board of Zoning Appeal dismissed a petition from Emma C. Wolbach, the landlord of the Fox Club’s temporary clubhouse at 6 Francis Ave., appealing fines she received after the city demanded the Fox — a Harvard final club — cease its use of the location, citing zoning violations and noise complaints.

Faculty Form AAUP Chapter, Decry ‘Structural Problems’ in Harvard’s Governance

A group of Harvard faculty formed a chapter of the American Association of University Professors on Wednesday, the latest move by professors to organize in support of shared goals following a year of heightened faculty activism at the University.

City Council Defers Bike Lane Discussion Following Friday’s Fatal Crash

The death of a cyclist in a Friday collision with a box truck was not discussed in depth at Monday’s Cambridge City Council, but is certain to add urgency and emotion to a longstanding debate over bike safety in Cambridge.

Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor Talks Justice, Civic Engagement at Radcliffe Day

Supreme Court Justice Sonia M. Sotomayor discussed the strains of serving on a rightward-shifting court while speaking  at Harvard’s annual Radcliffe Day ceremony, at which she was awarded the 2024 Radcliffe Medal.​​​​​​​

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