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Boston College football put on a defensive clinic in a 28-3 road win over Temple on Saturday, led by Isaiah Graham-Mobley.
Despite a struggling pass game, Boston College football came away fro Temple with a win thanks to its defense and run game.
From food and beverages to paper products and equipment, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the nationwide supply chain and everyone is feeling its impacts, according to Tom Williams, associate director of Boston College Auxiliary Services.
“Generally speaking, being exposed to violence isn’t helpful for children and can raise risks for these issues—antisocial behavior, more mental health problems like depression and anxiety, seeing violence as normative, being more violent, or future victimization,” Taylor said. “Not all children will suffer these repercussions, but there are greater risks to suffer from them.”
Newton Cultural Council (NCC) is now accepting grant applications to fund local arts, science, and humanities projects in the city. “These grants are extremely important because they support the local arts and culture sector in our community,” Paula Gannon, director of Newton cultural development, said. “Every year, the decisions on who to fund are made...
Pulitzer Prize finalist Madeleine George’s unconventional comedy, Hurricane Diane at the Huntington Theatre Company shows that suburban housewives can be just as tough as the ancient god Dionysus when it comes to the curb appeal of their houses.
The McMullen Museum of Art opened a new exhibit on September 7 that features six decades of work by the artist Mariano Rodríguez.
“Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore,” is the first sentence I thought to myself as I landed in Boston for the first time. I thought I was being funny, seeing as I never owned a pet nor did I ever really think of Kansas as a home that I could click...