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UMass Boston announced Monday it will award a posthumous bachelor of arts degree to Boston Marathon bombing victim Krystle Campbell at commencement on May 31.
UMass Boston graduate student Aaron Devine, one of the co-founders of Dorchester literary group Write on the Dot, says the collective is excited to release its second journal of writing from neighborhood authors.
Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham talks about the history of mea culpas by public figures in the wake of drunken driving arrests for Catholic bishop Robert McManus and Sudbury Police Chief Richard Glavin.
The Edward J. Collins, Jr. for Public Management is helping the town of Hudson search for a new executive assistant to replace Paul Blazar, who is retiring July 4 after 26 years in the position.
Associate Professor of Political Science Leila Farsakh will discuss sociopolitical changes in the Middle East since the 2011 Arab Spring as part of a free forum at Suffolk University on Thursday.
Chancellor J. Keith Motley and members of the Dorchester community are pulling together for Hometown Comfort, an event to support One Fund Boston and those affected by the Boston Marathon attacks.
Outlet: MedCity News - Online
Akhil Nigam and John Harthorne left their jobs at Bain & Company in 2009, with the U.S. economy in the dumps, feeling an urge to help restore focus on entrepreneurs as society's great creators of value.
With the help of sponsors including Fid
Outlet: Taunton Daily Gazette - Online
Living so close the ocean, residents at The Moorings at Squantum Gardens are used to the full spectrum of sea scents wafting over to their building.
“Maybe occasionally you get bad smells, but it was never this constant, six weeks of this now,” sa
Outlet: Worcester Telegram & Gazette - Online
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Thursday, May 9, 2013
High suspension rate at schools raising concern
By Jacqueline Reis TELEGRAM GAZETTE STAFF
Political Science Department Chairman Paul Watanabe says U.S. Senate candidate Ed Markey is pitching his 36 years in Washington as an asset, while opponent Gabriel Gomez wants to paint it as a liability.