New documents in the pending criminal case against Michael Sorkin, CSOM ’21, revealed that Sorkin was granted $1,000 by the Newton District Court on June 21 to cover expenditures related to generating further psychological reports. Sorkin continues to pursue a defense strategy that suggests he had a lack of criminal responsibility—more commonly known as an insanity plea—at the time of his alleged crimes last December.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders became the second Democratic presidential candidate to release a plan to address the student debt crisis on Monday—Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren released her own plan in late April.
Boston campaigns for Pete Buttigieg raise $1 million with the help of Jack Connors Jr., BC ’63.
A graveside memorial service will take place on July 2 at 11:30 a.m. at St. Patrick’s Cemetery in Fall River, according to Joy Moore’s letter.
If passed, the bill would make abortion legal in Mass. regardless of whether or not the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision is overturned in the coming years.
One of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Association (MBTA) Red Line trains was derailed Tuesday morning at the JFK/UMass station, according to multiple outlets. This is the second derailment of the week and the fifth of 2019, according to MBTA data analyzed by The Boston Globe. Only one rider suffered an injury.
Steve Pemberton, BC ’89, Hon. ’15, is “considering” challenging incumbent Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey, BC ’68, J.D. ’72, for Markey’s seat in Congress’s most prestigious chamber, according to a Boston Globe report.
News Editor Jack Goldman says goodbye to the newspaper…in a way? He probably should not have been allowed to do this.
Reed Piercey, UGBC President and MCAS ’19, and Ignacio Fletcher, Executive Vice President of UGBC and MCAS ’20, are feeling relief.