Statement by Samuel M. Gebru on the MIT Graduate Student Housing Working Group
August 29, 2017
Cambridge, MA—Cambridge City Council candidate Samuel M. Gebru released the following statement on the newly formed Graduate Student Housing Working Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT):
“I am pleased to learn that last week MIT Chancellor Cynthia Barnhart and the Graduate Student Council formed a new working group to explore the future of on-campus graduate student housing.
Statement by Samuel M. Gebru on the Commonwealth Avenue Bridge Repair Project and Impact on Cambridge’s Memorial Drive
June 27, 2017
Cambridge, MA—Cambridge City Council candidate Samuel M. Gebru released the following statement on the upcoming repairs to the Commonwealth Avenue bridge above the Massachusetts Turnpike in Boston and the anticipated impact on Memorial Drive in Cambridge:
“As a longtime resident of 812 Memorial Drive, I have come to greatly appreciate the seasonal closure of a portion of my road on Sundays for pedestrian recreational use. This stretch of Memorial Drive along the Charles River from Western Avenue to Fresh Pond Parkway, known as Riverbend Park, has created a sense of summertime community since the 1980s and continues to contribute significantly to our city’s urban open space.
Ethiopian-American Samuel Gebru running for Cambridge City Council
WMBR 88.1 FM
May 10, 2017
Samuel was interviewed by Chibueze Amanchukwu on WMBR's All Things Africa program. The interview begins at 14:05.
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Samuel Gebru on WGBH's Basic Black
WGBH's Basic Black
February 17, 2017
Samuel participated in Basic Black's February 17, 2017 live show on millennials. He discussed his role as the founding Chairman of the Young Democrats of Massachusetts Black Caucus and millennials' political concerns, hopes for the future, and lifestyle.
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Gebru wins endorsement of Setti Warren, Newton mayor, in council campaign kickoff
January 26, 2017
Setti D. Warren, the two-term mayor of Newton, endorsed millennial candidate Samuel M. Gebru at his first Cambridge City Council campaign fundraiser Jan. 25 at The Asgard Irish Pub & Restaurant near Central Square. Speaking to a crowd of civic leaders, educators, students, families and supporters, Warren, the first popularly elected African-American Mayor in Massachusetts, laid a strong case for municipal government and why Gebru should be elected.
First challenger for ’17 municipal elections is Gebru, millennial with politics ‘in DNA’
By Marc Levy, Cambridge Day
November 15, 2016
It’s 357 days until the municipal elections, and the field has just begun to shape up.
Longtime city councillor David Maher said Thursday that he would not run for a 10th term, and instead lead the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce as its president and chief executive – after 11 months of dual council and chamber responsibilities starting Dec. 5.