Sold Out Boston Bruins Tickets

Boston is known as the City Of Champions! Come see one of the countries oldest sports teams compete against the Ottawa Senators Saturday February 8, 2014 at the historic TD Garden. Game starts at 3pm. Tickets can be purchased at the DOS office in  then Wasserstein Building on the third floor (WCC-3039). Tickets are for students ONLY, please have your Harvard ID with you. Only 2 tickets per person.Tickets are limited! Here is the best part tickets are $40 for the balcony and $75 for loge seats! You cannot miss this opportunity! Stop by and pick up a Bruins ticket AND some candy.

*Credit cards accepted

Find your seat: http://www.tdgarden.com/seat-finder/bruinshockeyice-shows/

Fluent Spanish Speaker Needed for Project on Food Security in Bolivia

The Food Law and Policy Clinic is seeking a student who is a fluent Spanish speaker to conduct research, draft memos, and participate on conference calls with the Food Policy Council in La Paz, Bolivia. The Food Clinic is providing assistance to the Council, a group of community and government leaders, as they create a comprehensive food policy responsive to the needs of La Paz’s residents. The student will assist this process by helping the council identify the most pressing food issues in La Paz, and will conduct legal and policy research to help inform their policy development. The student will gain valuable experience in community organizing, policy analysis and training, cross-cultural work, and urban food security. This is a semester-long commitment for the Spring of 2014, with the option to extend into the Fall 2014 semester. To conduct this research, the student can choose to either enroll in the Food Clinic (for a minimum of 2 credits) or apply for a research assistant position. If enrolled in the Clinic, the student would be required to also enroll in the Food Law and Policy Seminar (2 credits). As a research assistant, the student would receive a stipend for their work, but would receive no course credit. If interested, please send a resume and brief statement of interest to Ona Balkus, Clinical Fellow in the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic, at  obalkus at law.harvard.edu.