The first Boston community fridge, which opened on Sept. 4 is for everyone and anyone—anyone can take food from the fridge, and anyone can leave food when they are able.
UGBC hosted a virtual town hall on racism on Monday night with the purpose of having an honest and respectful conversation about racism in the United States and at BC.
Following the announcement that courses would be moved online and students required to move out of their dorms, there was an increase in the number of incidents reported by the BCPD.
BC is providing partial refunds on meal plans and room and board, but many decisions in areas such as student outreach and academics have not been made
The Boston College chapter of Lean on Me, the peer-to-peer texting mental health support network, has hosted nearly 200 conversations since its launch last year.
United States Attorney Andrew Lelling has convened a grand jury to investigate contracts made between the City of Newton and marijuana companies, according to The Boston Globe.
More than two months following the expiration of its contract, the Newton Teachers Association (NTA) is continuing to press the Newton School Committee to negotiate.