BC’s Center for Retirement Research will demo a new retirement planning tool, created in partnership with First Eagle Investment Management and Upstatement.
Four female founders of Boston-based businesses discussed their paths to success and offered advice to young entrepreneurs at a panel on April 10.
BCPD Chief Bill Evans discussed the importance of research in his field of work in his keynote speech at the inaugural WCAS Research Conference on Saturday.
Hundreds of students and faculty gathered for a candlelit vigil on O’Neill Plaza in the wake of the terrorist attack on a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand last week.
All Boston students in grades seven through 12 in Boston will be provided with free MBTA passes, starting in the 2019-20 school year.
People flooded the Boston Common by the thousands to take part in the third annual Boston Women’s March: Until All Voices Are Heard, on Saturday. The intention of this year’s march in Boston was to “re-energize, reinvigorate, and recommit to the mission of the original Boston Women’s March in 2017,” and to create a safe space for all allies who share the values of fairness, inclusivity, and dignity.
On Wednesday night, Newton residents gathered to discuss the health implications of marijuana at the forum “Wondering About Weed?”.