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Football tailgate, receptions among plan by alumni group for homecoming week

Football tailgate, receptions among plan by alumni group for homecoming week

The Cambridge Rindge and Latin School Alumni Association has announced its third annual homecoming schedule, stretching from just before Thanksgiving into December.

Harvard biologist Lauren O’Connell among winners of science fellowship

Harvard biologist Lauren O’Connell among winners of science fellowship

The 2014 L’Oréal USA For Women in Science Fellowship recognizes five U.S.-based female researchers for outstanding contributions in science, technology, engineering and math fields.

Group awards $30,000 of legal settlement to Mystic River Watershed Association

Group awards $30,000 of legal settlement to Mystic River Watershed Association

The Mystic River Watershed Association got $30,000 for environmental restoration on Oct. 7 from the Oaktree Appellants, a group of local activists.

After ‘Red Pencil’ brings her to Sudan, talk brings author Pinkney here tonight

After ‘Red Pencil’ brings her to Sudan, talk brings author Pinkney here tonight

A talk with author Andrea Davis Pinkney – such as tonight’s – is likely to be as inspiring a literary time as one could imagine.

Health Alliance, CLC among 20 honorees with English programs for their workers

Health Alliance, CLC among 20 honorees with English programs for their workers

Cambridge Health Alliance and the Cambridge Community Learning Center were among businesses and labor management partnerships honored by English for New Bostonians and its English Works Campaign.

Cambridge Public Schools, Finance Dept. win association award for schools budget

Cambridge Public Schools, Finance Dept. win association award for schools budget

The award represents a significant achievement, according to the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada.

What happened to America? ‘Unwinding’ author Packer gives answer Wednesday

What happened to America? ‘Unwinding’ author Packer gives answer Wednesday

The New Yorker’s George Packer talks about the new America in his ‘The Unwinding’ and at a free lecture Wednesday at Lesley University.

CitySprouts forms advisory board, welcomes 13 inaugural members

CitySprouts forms advisory board, welcomes 13 inaugural members

The new board is to “help us take our program to more Boston schools and continue to deepen our work in Cambridge,” an organization leader said.

Friends of CRLS celebrates eight years, $400G in donations, welcomes volunteers

Friends of CRLS celebrates eight years, $400G in donations, welcomes volunteers

The nonprofit school support organization gets credit as uniquely successful in harnessing educational and wider communities over the years.

Nonprofit ‘Makerspace’ for high schoolers finds new, bigger home in public housing

Nonprofit ‘Makerspace’ for high schoolers finds new, bigger home in public housing

A partnership between the Cambridge Housing Authority and The Possible Project will bring a key component of an innovation economy to Washington Elms.

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