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  • 90-year-old Lexington resident reflects on political past
    The Lexington Minuteman, March 28 2013
    Article on former UMass Boston employee Dan Fenn Jr., whose son Tom shared a picture of his dad with John F. Kennedy, Jr. at the Mass. Memories Road Show on March 16.
  • Forry looks to continue public service as 1st Suffolk district senator
    Bay State Banner, March 27 2013
    Linda Dorcena Forry, a state representative for the 12th Suffolk District, praises UMass Boston and Chancellor J. Keith Motley in this article outlining the platform for her state Senate run.
  • Illinois Pension Assistance Project Helps 68-Year-Old Woman Obtain…
    PrWeb, March 27 2013
    The Illinois Pension Assistance Project, run by the Pension Action Center at the University of Massachusetts Boston, offers free pension counseling to residents of Illinois.
  • Governor Patrick announces scholarships to 800 Massachusetts students pursuing high-demand careers
    Sampan, March 26 2013
    Governor Deval Patrick visited UMass Boston on Tuesday to announce a new program offering $2 million in scholarships to students pursuing majors in high-demand careers. Biochemistry major Farha ­Mithila, one of 100 UMass Boston student to receive the scholarships, is featured in the story.
  • Zoning for Dot residential project approved
    Boston.com, March 26 2013
    The Zoning Board of Appeals on Tuesday approved a plan to construct two new buildings with 278 rental apartments on the vacant lot that separates the Shaw’s supermarket on Morrissey Boulevard from the JFK-UMass MBTA station.
  • Living Lab Visits Another Living Lab
    WCAI Cape and Islands NPR, March 26 2013
    Science editor Heather Goldstone, host of the WCAI program “Living Lab on The Point,” visits the UMass Boston environmental science students who are spending a semester studying on Nantucket.
  • State pushes needed degrees
    Boston Globe, March 26 2013
    Governor Deval Patrick visited UMass Boston on Tuesday to announce a new program offering $2 million in scholarships to students pursuing majors in high-demand careers. Biochemistry major Farha ­Mithila, one of 100 UMass Boston student to receive the scholarships, is featured in the story.
  • UMass awards $200K from technology development fund
    Providence Business News, March 25 2013
    Article on how Robyn Hannigan, director of the School for the Environment, has been awarded $25,000 from the UMass Commercial Ventures and Intellectual Property (CVIP) Technology Development Fund to develop a "cold" cell that maintains biological materials at low temperatures.
  • Learn about Italian history tonight, March 25, at the Burlington library
    Wicked Local Burlington, March 25 2013
    Article on how Professor of History Spencer Di Scala will talk about his book Vittorio Orlando, Italy: The Makers of the Modern World on March 25 at 7 p.m. at the Burlington Public Library.
  • Achebe inspired generations of Nigerian writers
    WNYT-TV, March 23 2013
    Professor of Africana Studies Chukwuma Azuonye praises the “completely seminal and inspirational” work of Nigerian author Chinua Achebe, author of the classic “Things Fall Apart” and a former professor at UMass Amherst, who died last week.
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