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  • Combat Paper Pop-up Exhibit & Reading Set for Fort Point Gallery, 10/26
    Broadway, October 21 2013
    The William Joiner Center Institute for the Study of War and Social Consequences is sponsoring a weeklong series of workshops and events in conjunction with the Combat Paper Project. Today until Friday, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., veterans are encouraged to bring their uniforms to the Campus Center. The uniforms will be turned into paper, then into works of art.
  • Research into ancient Fraser Island coast
    Sunshine Coast Daily, October 20 2013
    Associate Professor Allen Gontz, the undergraduate program director for the School for the Environment, is collaborating with colleagues in Australia on a new project that uses ground-penetrating radar to study the history of weather in the area.
  • Up-close-and-personal, new books offer invaluable insight into Malcolm X
    NY Daily News, October 20 2013
    UMass Boston’s Haitian Studies Association expresses displeasure with a Dominican Republic high court’s ruling to deny citizenship to some D.R.-born Haitians.
  • Late Goal Lifts UMass Boston Past Keene State (3-2) and Into First Place, October 19 2013
    The Beacons took control of first place in the Little East Conference with a 3-2 win over Keene State College on Saturday.
  • Boston Asian American Film Festival 2013, October 19 2013
    UMass Boston student Ally Yee’s documentary My Promise will be screened at the Asian American Film Festival on October 26. Yee produced the film in a spring 2013 Asian American Media Literacy course, part of UMass Boston's Asian American Studies Program.
  • Over-55 developments can squeeze families looking for housing, October 19 2013
    Amy Dain of the Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management discusses the recent trend across Massachusetts of developers building smaller apartments and condos that don’t suit the needs of middle-class families with children.
  • North Adams rebounds with art, education
    Boston Globe, October 19 2013
    Mary Grant, a McCormack Graduate School alumna and former director of the Center for Social Policy, is leading an arts-based renaissance in North Adams from her post as president of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.
  • Bike lanes slated for Freeport Street, October 17 2013
    Boston Bikes, the city agency that promotes increased bicycle use, is planning to create a protected bike lane on Mount Vernon Street near the UMass Boston campus.
  • Fox School of Business to conduct Temple University’s first MOOC-Quantitative Methods for Business
    Minglebox, October 17 2013
    Temple University is joining UMass Boston and other universities who are using Blackboard to offer MOOCs (massive open online courses).
  • Dissecting the results of the 5th District congressional race
    The Sudbury Town Crier - Wicked Local, October 17 2013
    Associate Professor of Political Science Paul Watanabe says Fifth Congressional District candidate Katherine Clark used effective advertising and a strong ground game to stand out from the pack in Tuesday’s Democratic primary.
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