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  • Neuharth: Most driver’s laws favor us old folks
    USA Today, March 21 2013
    Associate Professor of Gerontology Elizabeth Dugan is quoted in this column by USA Today founder Al Neuharth, who argues that driving laws are too tough on teenagers and not restrictive enough for seniors.
  • Seen Around Campus: UMass students explore island’s living lab
    The Inquirer and Mirror, March 21 2013
    Description of the LivingLabs program on Nantucket including profiles of pilot participants, who are applying classroom knowledge from the environmental sciences to solve real-world problems on the island.
  • Greater Boston author readings March 24-30, March 21 2013
    Professor of English Lloyd Schwartz will read from his new book, “Music In and On The Air” at 7 p.m. at Porter Square Books, 25 White St., Cambridge.
  • Sherborn Selectmen finalize Town Meeting warrant
    The Sherborn-Dover Press, March 21 2013
    A crucial article on the warrant for Sherborn’s Town Meeting is based on the findings of a report by the Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management at UMass Boston.
  • Boston’s Indie Film Fest Announces 2013 Lineup
    IMDB, March 20 2013
    UMass Boston is a new venue this year for The Boston Independent Film Festival, an annual event showcasing 99 indie films from across the world. The screening at UMass Boston will take place April 25.
  • Patrick trips online firestorm with re-election joke
    Boston Globe, March 20 2013
    During a visit to UMass Boston on Wednesday, Governor Deval Patrick ignited a social media firestorm by saying he intended to run for a third term. Patrick’s bombshell was quickly revealed as a joke, with an aide quipping that McCormack Graduate School Dean Ira Jackson’s flattering introduction smoothed the way for a re-election announcement.
  • Gonsalves: Tough to beat real-life Goliath
    Cape Cod Times, March 19 2013
    A 2005 survey of Cape Cod residents by UMass Boston – which showed that traffic congestion, pollution, and overdevelopment are pressing problems in the region – may explain the opposition to plans for a new Lowe’s home improvement store in South Dennis.
  • Hack/reduce hires new executive director from HP-Vertica
    Boston Business Journal, March 18 2013
    Profile of UMass Boston and Venture Development Center alumna Adrienne Cochrane, who is the new executive director of hack/reduce, a nonprofit center that aims to serve as the Boston area’s nexus for exploration of new data-related technologies.
  • Queer codes in the public sphere: A lecture by Avram Finkelstein
    Big, Red & Shiny, March 18 2013
    An esteemed Boston-based arts blog covers a UMass Boston lecture by Avram Finkelstein, the radical artist whose show “Lifelines” just closed after a month on display at the Harbor Gallery.
    March 18 2013
    Outlet: Wicked Local

    The following Northborough-Southborough students have been recognized for achievement. Mark Kerstens, a resident of Southborough, was named to Siena College's Deans' List for the fall 2012 semester. Kerstens is a freshman biology major at Siena.
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