Tony and Grammy Award-winning performer Leslie Odom Jr.—known for originating the role of Aaron Burr in ‘Hamilton’—will headline this year’s gala.
The Newton school district is making plans for its high schools to adopt a more efficient schedule that would allow for possible later starts.
Two top aides of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh were found guilty on Wednesday of pressuring Crash Line Productions, the organizers of Boston Calling Music Festival, into hiring union workers for performances at City Hall Plaza.
For Joy Moore, leading the Division of Student Affairs is like driving a car: Sometimes it’s her job to help the student body accelerate—other times, it’s to ease off the pedal.
When Browne went to the zoo outside his doorstep, he could see almost every type of animal. When he went to bed at night in his grandparents’ apartment, he could hear the lions roaring and the sea lions croaking.
Kelli Armstrong—outgoing Vice President of IRPA—discussed the results of the Student Experience Survey administered last fall.
Ninety-six percent of the Class of 2018 are employed; in graduate school; partaking in service or volunteering; or have a fellowship, scholarship, or grant.
Michael Osaghae, MCAS ’20, and Tiffany Brooks, MCAS ’21, were inaugurated president and vice president of the UGBC on Wednesday.
The meeting addressed the project’s effects on traffic, parking, and noise, as well as confirmation of a new engineering department—the first public indication of any such plans.