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  • Heckling, beer drinking encouraged at Pub Debate in Cambridge
    Wicked Local, November 23 2015
    Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham moderated a public debate based on British Parliamentary rules last week at The Field pub in Central Square. The debate featured rowdy residents arguing over marijuana legalization, an issue that will appear on the 2016 ballot.
  • USM women’s hockey team fall at home to UMass Boston
    Bangor Daily News, November 22 2015
    Sophomore Katie Barry had a goal and an assist as UMass Boston defeated the University of Southern Maine 3-1 on Saturday.
  • Southern Maine edged by UMass Boston, 3-2
    Bangor Daily News, November 22 2015
    Senior Matt Lemire scored his sixth goal of the season to give No. 10 UMass Boston a 3-2 win over the University of Southern Maine on Saturday.
  • Conversation with 25 Leaders in Action: Paul Watanabe, November 19 2015
    Institute for Asian American Studies Director Paul Watanabe talks to Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy about why he is passionate about advocating for AAPI communities.
  • Seth Moulton is the rare Democrat to tweak Charlie Baker
    The Boston Globe, November 19 2015
    Columnist Joan Vennochi cites writing by Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham in her column about Democrats' tepid reaction to Governor Charlie Baker's comments on Syrian refugees.
  • I’m a Muslim — Ask Me About Islam
    The Boston Globe, November 19 2015
    Sadie Ahmad, a graduate student studying conflict resolution in the McCormack Graduate School, talks about her experience as a Muslim American in the wake of the Paris attacks.
  • Michelle Wu looks toward City Council presidency
    Daily Free Press, November 19 2015
    Christa Kelleher, research director of the McCormack Graduate School's Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy, says new Boston City Councillor Michelle Wu "brings a vantage point and set of experiences that are important for understanding the needs of particular groups of people in Boston."
  • ISIS second to Boko Haram in ranking of deadly extremist organizations
    News 1130, November 19 2015
    Darren Kew, executive director of the Center for Peace, Democracy, and Development in the McCormack Graduate School, comments for this article on the massive bloodshed caused by the Nigerian separatist group Boko Haram.
  • A marching band? A special brew? AIM knows how to throw a party
    The Boston Globe, November 18 2015
    Chancellor J. Keith Motley served as emcee at the Associated Industries of Massachusetts's centennial celebration on Monday. At the event, AIM announced an annual $25,000 scholarship for UMass Boston students.
  • Mendon: All special town meeting articles pass
    Milford Daily News, November 18 2015
    Mendon Town Meeting voters approved pay raises for a number of town employees Tuesday after the Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management, in the McCormack Graduate School, concluded that Mendon staffers were underpaid in comparison to peer municipalities.
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