In St. Mary’s, over 60 students and faculty members protested police violence against people of color.
Protestors at the “Rights on the Heights” brought forward complaints on treatment, expression at BC.
TED Talks has popularized the slogan “ideas worth spreading” for the past 24 years, bringing notable speakers to an annual conference to present on topics ranging from science to technology to culture. BCTalks has adopted the same principles, bringing students from a diverse educational background to present to their peers on their research and experiences.
It has been 25 years since the massacre in El Salvador of six Jesuit priests, their housekeeper, and her daughter—an event that left the entire world reeling. At the time, El Salvador was in the midst of a bloody civil war that left more than 70,000 people dead at the hands of Salvadoran government forces and death squads.
In one of the closest elections in modern Massachusetts history, Republican candidate Charlie Baker held on to a victory over Democrat Martha Coakley.
Steve Kerrigan talked to college students at Northeastern University last Monday about the Mass. gubernatorial race and the importance of forming a strong economy.
With sea levels expected to rise, coastal cities around the world—including Boston—are preparing to waterproof their infrastructures.
The founders sold their motorcycles to launch SnagaStool—and they’re determined not to let that go to waste.