Associate Professor of Political Science Erin O’Brien says endorsements from neighborhood power brokers—such as East Boston Representative Carlo Basile’s backing of mayoral candidate John Connolly—can make a big difference in the tightly contested race.
UMass Boston’s WUMB-FM Radio and Berklee College of Music have teamed up to host a series of concerts at Carson Beach in August. The series will begin Saturday at 2 p.m. with a performance from Joe’s Truck Stop.
UMass Boston doctoral student Liam Revell co-authored a paper that uses the evolution of Caribbean lizards to suggest that the development of life would unfold in much the same way if we hit “reset” and started over.
Phil Granberry, a research associate with the Mauricio Gastón Institute for Latino Community Development and Public Policy at UMass Boston, says the 46 percent increase in Massachusetts’ Latino population is part of a broader national trend. See the map here.
UMass Boston student Adrianna Rondeau says she is committed to continuing her education even though the recent interest-rate hike on Stafford loans has her facing the possibility of deeper debt after graduation.
Phil Granberry, a research associate with the Mauricio Gastón Institute for Latino Community Development and Public Policy at UMass Boston, says the 46 percent increase in Massachusetts’ Latino population is part of a broader national trend.
Political Science Department Chairman Paul Watanabe says Suffolk District Attorney Dan Conley’s regular media appearances in relation to the Amy Lord slaying and the Boston Strangler investigation have given him an advantage in his run for Boston mayor.
Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham and UMass Boston alumnus Jack Beatty, a longtime observer of Boston politics, each tell the Globe that candidates for mayor need to take a parochial approach to turning out voters in September’s primary.
The name of City Councilor John R. Connolly dominates many political discussions these days in Bellevue Hill, a West Roxbury enclave of colonial homes and moss-covered stone walls where more people have voted in the last three mayoral elections than