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  • UMass: Senate budget plan won’t avoid tuition hike
    Boston.com, May 15 2013
    UMass officials say the state Senate’s current budget proposal earmarks $455 million in funding for the university system, $22 million less than is needed to guarantee a tuition and fee freeze for the next academic year.
  • Elliott named Hancock County teacher of the year
    May 15 2013
    Outlet: Steubenville Herald-Star - Online

    NEW CUMBERLAND - Lynn Elliott confessed to being "very surprised" Monday night at being chosen the 2014 Hancock County Teacher of the Year. What was never in doubt was her chosen profession. "I don't remember ever wanting to be anything other t
  • UMass Boston to award bombing victim posthumous degree
    Metro Boston, May 14 2013
    UMass Boston announced Monday it will award a posthumous bachelor of arts degree to Boston Marathon bombing victim Krystle Campbell at commencement on May 31.
  • UMass to award Boston Marathon bombing victim posthumous degree
    WFXT-TV, May 14 2013
    UMass Boston announced Monday it will award a posthumous bachelor of arts degree to Boston Marathon bombing victim Krystle Campbell at commencement on May 31.
  • UMass to honor Boston Marathon victims
    NECN, May 14 2013
    UMass Boston announced Monday it will award a posthumous bachelor of arts degree to Boston Marathon bombing victim Krystle Campbell at commencement on May 31.
  • UMass Boston to award posthumous degree to bombing victim Krystle Campbell
    Boston.com, May 13 2013
    UMass Boston announced Monday it will award a posthumous bachelor of arts degree to Boston Marathon bombing victim Krystle Campbell at commencement on May 31.
  • Write on the Dot to release journal featuring Dorchester authors
    Boston.com, May 13 2013
    UMass Boston graduate student Aaron Devine, one of the co-founders of Dorchester literary group Write on the Dot, says the collective is excited to release its second journal of writing from neighborhood authors.
  • Balancing mea culpas with legal interests
    MetroWest Daily News, May 13 2013
    Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham talks about the history of mea culpas by public figures in the wake of drunken driving arrests for Catholic bishop Robert McManus and Sudbury Police Chief Richard Glavin.
  • Hudson continues effort to replace executive assistant
    MetroWest Daily News, May 12 2013
    The Edward J. Collins, Jr. for Public Management is helping the town of Hudson search for a new executive assistant to replace Paul Blazar, who is retiring July 4 after 26 years in the position.
  • 5 things to do in and around Boston
    Boston Globe, May 12 2013
    Associate Professor of Political Science Leila Farsakh will discuss sociopolitical changes in the Middle East since the 2011 Arab Spring as part of a free forum at Suffolk University on Thursday.
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