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  • Mayor Menino - Features
    Improper Bostonian, December 13 2013
    UMass Boston alumnus Mayor Thomas M. Menino talks about his proudest moments as mayor of the City of Boston as he prepares to leave office next month.
  • ‘Mediating the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict’ lecture in Sharon
    Sharon Advocate - Wicked Local, December 13 2013
    David Matz, professor of conflict resolution, human security, and global governance, is speaking at the Temple Kol Tikva Monday at 7:30.
  • Massachusetts lawmakers again considering bill to grant in-state tuition to undocumented residents, December 11 2013
    Ciara Lavery, who immigrated to Boston from Ireland illegally 15 years ago, qualifies for in-state tuition because of a federal policy change. She starts classes at UMass Boston in the spring.
  • HAITIAN ORAL HISTORY PROJECT: Medford resident Evelyne Milorin tells her story
    Medford -, December 11 2013
    Evelyne Milorin, who graduated from UMass Boston in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in human services and has fought for the rights of thousands of autistic children, talks about her autistic son in these audio clips.
  • Sharon selectmen may hire search firm
    Sharon Advocate - Wicked Local, December 11 2013
    The chair of Sharon's town administrator search committee recommended that the town hire UMass Boston's Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management to aid in the search.
  • The Chicken or the Egghead?
    Inside Higher Ed, December 11 2013
    Assistant Professor of American Studies Aaron Lecklider's book, Inventing the Egghead: The Battle Over Brainpower in American Culture, is reviewed by Inside Higher Ed.
  • Clark posts lopsided victory in special election
    The Boston Globe, December 10 2013
    Katherine Clark will become the fifth woman to represent the state in the US House. Ann Bookman, director of the Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy at UMass Boston, says we're seeing a "gradual and, unfortunately, fairly slow trend toward increasing the numbers of women in Congress."
  • Commitments • Signings • Transfers
    Volleyball Magazine, December 10 2013 Purdue. In October, Shannon Thompson, a former middle hitter at UMass Boston, signed a pro contract with VC Tirol, a volleyball club in Innsbruck,
  • Zach Andrews Picks Up Second Straight ECAC East Goalie of the Week Award, December 10 2013
    ...Monday night. Andrews recorded 46 saves on 49 shots over the weekend to lead UMass Boston to a 2-0 road-trip against a pair of ECAC East foes.
  • Walsh to hear citizens’ demands
    Boston Herald (AP), December 10 2013
    Mayor-elect Marty Walsh's planned town hall meeting in Roxbury this weekend is "pure democracy," says retired political science professor Richard Slavet, but Walsh is "exposing himself to a lot of problems."
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