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  • Two Years In The Making: BSO Taps Andris Nelsons For Music Director
    WGBH, June 16 2013
    Frederick S. Troy Professor of English Lloyd Schwartz is quoted in this story on the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s new music director.
  • Saturday: Massachusetts Conference for Women Veterans
    AARO, June 14 2013
    Article on how UMass Boston will host the free Massachusetts Women Veterans Conference on Saturday, June 15, 2013.
  • Questions About Your Pension, 401(k), or Other Retirement Plan? Help is Here.
    Boston Seniority Magazine, June 14 2013
    Page 11 features the New England Pension Assistance Project's flyer, which offers help to people with questions on their retirement plan. Boston Seniority is published by the City of Boston's Elderly Commission.
  • Light turnout expected June 25
    Sentinel & Enterprise, June 14 2013
    Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham says the Senate race between Rep. Ed Markey and Gabriel Gomez isn’t generating the same excitement as the 2010 Senate race.
  • Who’s funding the Senate race? Tortuous process delays answers
    Wicked Local Amesbury, June 14 2013
    Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham comments in this article on how Senate rules mean the public and media will have little or no opportunity to review the latest campaign finance data electronically until shortly before or after the June 25 Senate election.
  • Mass. Senate Race May Be Feeling Washington Scandal Fallout
    WBUR, June 13 2013
    Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham says he thinks a drop in President Obama’s approval rating most likely hurt Rep. Ed Markey, although he still thinks Markey will defeat Gabriel Gomez.
  • College Serial Rapists Evade Antiquated Campus Responses
    Bloomberg News, June 13 2013
    Retired Professor of Psychology David Lisak, an expert in the psychology of sexual assault, says a relatively small minority of men are responsible for most attacks on college-aged women.
  • Former Fall River Mayor Lambert joining UMass Boston
    Herald News, June 12 2013
    Chancellor J. Keith Motley is quoted in this article on new Vice Chancellor for Government Relations and Public Affairs Edward M. Lambert. The former Fall River mayor and state representative most recently served as commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.
  • In first year, ‘Shopping Sheet’ doesn’t make a big splash
    InsideHigherEd.com, June 12 2013
    Director of Financial Aid Judy Keyes says UMass Boston students haven’t given much feedback on the new “shopping sheet,” a federal initiative that aims to standardize the presentation of financial aid data.
  • First debate between Gomez, Markey heated
    The Patriot Ledger, June 11 2013
    Political Science Department Chairman Paul Watanabe says Republican Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez may have to “rethink his line of attack” in the race against Democratic foe Ed Markey, focusing more on his compelling personal story and less on maligning his opponent.
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