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  • Leonids, Lights and Christmas Cheer
    Dorchester Reporter, December 19 2013
    *** On Thurs., Dec. 5, Hubby and I drove to UMass Boston to attend the seventh annual Boston State College Celebration. We had been to some of...
  • Boston Fed’s Rosengren Alone In ‘No’ Vote on Central Bank’s Taper
    Boston Business Blogs, December 19 2013
    Boston Federal Reserve President Eric Rosengren on Tuesday voted against tapering the Fed's bond-buying program, a stance he outlined in a speech last month at UMass Boston.
  • Merrimac people, December 19 2013
    ...Oct. 25. --- Michael Zilembo was named to the dean's list at UMass Boston for the spring semester. --- Calyn O'Connor was named to the dean's...
  • States with higher black turnout are more likely to restrict voting
    Washington Post, December 17 2013
    Assistant Professor of Sociology Keith Bentele and Associate Professor of Political Science Erin O'Brien co-authored this guest post on the impact of voter identification laws.
  • The Airfare Mystery
    Dollars & Sense, December 16 2013
    Arthur MacEwan, professor emeritus of economics and a senior research fellow at the Center for Social Policy, answers a question about why some airfares are more expensive than others in this column.
  • Happy Holidays! Here’s an oyster
    RadioBDC, December 16 2013
    RadioBDC spoke with Green Harbors Project founder and educator Anamarija Frankić about cleaning up harbors through oyster bed restoration.
  • Orange looks to benefits from data-gathering
    The Recorder, December 15 2013
    Orange, currently the only Franklin County town that participates in the Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management's statewide performance management program, has decided to continue participation with the goal of making their own operations as efficient and effective as possible.
  • Gulf between Mandela and Provos
    Irish Independent, December 15 2013
    Columnist Ruth Dudley Edwards, who alleges Irish republican party Sinn Féin is using Nelson Mandela's death as a tool, comments on how Mandela and UMass Boston's Padraig O'Malley, the Moakley Chair for Peace and Reconciliation, brought Northern Ireland leaders together for peace talks in 1997.
  • Minimum wage debate a battle of ideologies, December 15 2013
    Susan Moir, the director of the Labor Resource Center, is quoted in this article on the minimum wage bill making its way through the Massachusetts State House.
  • A Friend Remembers Nelson Mandela
    NPR, December 13 2013
    Padraig O'Malley, the Moakley Chair for Peace and Reconciliation at UMass Boston, talks to NPR's Here & Now about his relationship with Nelson Mandela. In July 1997, O'Malley and Mandela co-convened a peace conference in South Africa with representatives from Northern Ireland.
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