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  • $34B budget approved on Beacon Hill
    Worcester Telegram & Gazette, July 02 2013
    UMass students will pay no tuition or fee increases for the next two years as a result of higher education funding included in the $34 billion state budget approved by the Legislature on Monday and sent to Governor Deval Patrick.
  • UMass event sheds light on area Latinos, July 02 2013
    The Mauricio Gastón Institute for Latino Community Development and Public Policy hosted a forum in New Bedford last week to break down the latest demographic data on Latinos in the state’s South Coast region. The area’s Latino population is increasing, and many residents lack access to health care, public transit, and other necessary services.
  • Senate leans toward Gina McCarthy confirmation for EPA
    NECN, July 01 2013
    The Senate appears likely to confirm UMass Boston alumna Gina McCarthy ’76 as the next administrator of the EPA after a record-setting delay fueled by opposition to President Obama’s environmental agenda.
  • UMass Dartmouth participants carry torch in One Run for Boston
    Taunton Daily Gazette, July 01 2013
    Article on a 54-mile torch relay from UMass Dartmouth to Boston mentions that UMass Boston Undergraduate Student President Alexis Marvel took part. The run, which teamed up with a 3,000-mile nationwide effort, was a fundraiser for The One Fund Boston.
  • Bay State is a ‘sweet spot’ for Big Data
    Boston Globe, July 01 2013
    Article on how Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Greg Bialecki came to UMass Boston Thursday for a Big Data summit. Big Data involves creating complex algorithms to make sense of massive amounts of digital information. Governor Deval Patrick’s administration launched the statewide Big Data Initiative last year to position the state at the leading edge of this technology.
  • Conley tops in fund-raising at nearly $1.27m
    Boston Globe, June 30 2013
    Political Science Department Chair Paul Watanabe says it is not surprising that current officeholders have raised more money than other candidates in the Boston mayoral race.
  • Scholarship is named after Marathon victim, June 30 2013
    Chancellor J. Keith Motley is quoted in this article on how UMass trustee Richard Campbell and his wife Barbara have donated $300,000 toward a scholarship fund at UMass Boston in the name of former UMass Boston student and Boston Marathon bombing victim Krystle Campbell. The goal is to collect $1 million for the fund.
  • Brazilian radio station expanding into Boston
    Boston Globe, June 30 2013
    Article on the expansion of Portuguese language station WSRO 650 mentions that a study by the Mauricio Gastón Institute for Latino Community Development and Public Policy found the town the station is in, Framingham, had a Brazilian population of 8,454 in 2008.
  • Does your parent need help?
    Boston Globe, June 30 2013
    Associate Professor of Gerontology Elizabeth Dugan is quoted in this article on how to tell if you need to take a more active role in your parent’s life.
  • Obama’s climate warrior set to battle with GOP
    Washington Examiner, June 28 2013
    Article on how the Senate confirmation for President Obama’s pick to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, UMass Boston alumna Gina McCarthy ’76, is stalled because of a disagreement over the role of government regulation.
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