Associate Professor of Political Science Erin O’Brien says now that the Boston mayoral field has been narrowed to two, the race will be decided by which candidate can court more of the voters who didn’t choose him the first time around.
The Mass. Memories Road Show, a program of the Joseph P. Healey Library’s University Archives and Special Collections Department, will be at the Veterans Memorial Community Center in Provincetown starting at 10 a.m. tomorrow. Participants will be able to add their images to the university’s archives.
Chancellor J. Keith Motley joined a group of UMass Boston student veterans in Dorchester on Wednesday to unveil a set of new billboards promoting the university’s participation in the “Combat 2 Campus” program for veterans returning to college after military service.
Former UMass Boston student Krystle Campbell, who died in the Boston Marathon bombing earlier this year, was honored Tuesday with the formal dedication of a gazebo at Spectacle Island, one of the Boston Harbor Islands.
Article on the results of the Boston mayoral primary cites Associate Professor of Political Science Paul Watanabe, who told The New York Times the election has “to be regarded by many as a disappointment,” as a majority-minority city failed to send a minority candidate to the final election.
Associate Professor of Political Science Paul Watanabe says the results of the Boston mayoral primary have “to be regarded by many as a disappointment,” as a majority-minority city failed to send a minority candidate to the final election.
Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham says the Boston mayoral race could be decided by which of the two finalists—both white Irishmen—wins the support of voters in the city’s minority communities.