We begin with a campaign for livable wages--by graduate student workers at local universities. At a city council hearing yesterday, speakers organized by United Auto Workers raised several issues--including sexual harassment, medical expenses, and hazards at research labs. The new superintendent of the Boston Public Schools has put together a leadership team--with more representation for Latinas. A former school committee member, Miren Uriarte, says the new team will change the culture and the importance of Latinos in the school system. The Massachusetts Port Authority has named one of its top administrators as the new C-E-O. In a vote yesterday, the the job was given to the current port director, Lisa Wieland. According to the Globe, she was praised for overseeing growth in business at Massport facilities for cruise ships and freight.