Adrienne Wald, who led a group of UMass Boston students volunteering near the Boston Marathon finish line last year, participated in the creation of the new "Strong Medicine" archive, which honors the medical professionals and first responders who sprung into action that day.
Associate Professor of Political Science Paul Watanabe says U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen, a Democrat from New Hampshire, is treading lightly in the early days of her race against former Senator Scott Brown, who represented Massachusetts for three years.
Mayor Marty Walsh visited campus on Thursday for a pair of high-profile events, announcing a $206,000 grant to the university's Venture Development Center and the completion of a landmark new report on aging completed by the Center for Social and Demographic Research on Aging.
Professor of Sociology Glenn Jacobs discusses his new study examining the effects of Whole Foods' arrival on the so-called Latin Quarter, a neighborhood of mostly Latino, mostly low-income people in Jamaica Plain.