“Within the last 24 hours, we have had two bias incidents, both Asian related, in Newton,” Mayor Ruthanne Fuller wrote in a statement on July 21.
Following former Vice President Joe Biden’s projected victory Saturday morning, many Boston residents took to the streets to celebrate the win. Residents gathered in the street at the intersection of Arlington Street and Boylston Street where they chanted and sang in support of Biden’s victory.
“The simple truth is this: Too many of us have become complacent in our daily lives,” Baker said at the press conference. “ … We’re doing much better than many other states and many other countries. But here too we’ve let down our guard, and we have work to do.”
With Election Day only days away, Newton City Councilor Jake Auchincloss said he feels confident as his first national campaign for the Massachusetts 4th District congressional seat comes to a close on Tuesday.
Breadon said that BC’s current testing plan is “insufficient,” especially in comparison to other colleges and universities in the city and surrounding area.
Two Boston College students recently established The Maverick, an independently run conservative newspaper, in an effort to give conservative students at BC an outlet to voice their political beliefs, according to a post by co-editor-in-chief Taylor Morales in The Official Boston College Class of 2023 Facebook Group.
The 124th Boston Marathon, originally set to take place on April 20 and rescheduled for September, has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Four Boston College graduates discussed the role of health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic on BC’s virtual “Show @ 6” on Tuesday.
The SSC Venture Partners, a venture fund and accelerator for student startups in the Boston area, will fund and mentor four BC student and alumni companies.