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Mark Borrelli, of the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies, prepares the sonar equipment that rides along the side of the boat used in mapping the sea floor during a visit to the island in mid-August. The equipment
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Associate Professor of Public and Community Service Carroy Ferguson, who attended a heated meeting on the mayoral race this week at a church in Roxbury, says a decision by the black community to coalesce around one or two minority candidates may increase its influence in the upcoming preliminary election.
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In collaboration with the John W. McCormack Graduate School of Policy Studies at UMass Boston, the Kennedy Library hosts a discussion of Joe Moakley's Journey: From South Boston to El Salvador with author Mark Robert Schneider a
The Boston NAACP's Political Action Committee joins the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts, UMass Boston's Commonwealth Compact, the Coalition of Community Groups and the Kroc Center in hosting what a mayoral forum in Uphams Corner on Tues., Sept.
Bill Carlo, director of the Addiction Counselor Education Program in UMass Boston's College of Advancing and Professional Studies, is quoted in this article on education around a drug known as "molly."
UMass Boston graduate student Kenly Hiller and Assistant Professor of Biology Jarrett Byrnes are prominently featured in this story about scientists who are turning to Kickstarter-style crowd-funding websites to finance their experiments.
BOSTON -- Emory senior Veronica Romero chipped a ball over Massachusetts-Boston goalkeeper Kristin Spain's head with just 87 seconds left in the second overtime period to give the second-ranked Eagles a hard-fought 2-1 road victory against the Beacon