By: Bennet Johnson
What makes Boston special is not just its sports, chowder, or 60 colleges and universities. Boston is set apart by its rich history.
By: Vince Rubertone
Mayor Martin J. Walsh, WCAS ’09, and Boston School Committee Chair Michael O’Neill announced the organization of a Search Committee to begin the national search for a new permanent Superintendent of the Boston Public Schools.
By: Ryan Towey
The Rabb Lecture Hall of the Boston Public Library was packed on Saturday morning, where diverse members of the Boston arts community waited for a chance to speak at a microphone for a strict two minutes-their chance to indirectly tell Mayor Martin J. Walsh, WCAS ’09, their opinions on the future of the city’s arts and culture scene.
By: Arielle Cedeno
A group of Methodist BU students from the School of Theology (STH) organized a day of community service in remembrance of MLK’s legacy of service to society.
By: Tricia Tiedt
Boston is currently recovering from its second major snowstorm of the season, marked with frigid temperatures and a bitter cold that had the potential to shut the city down.
By: Adriana Olaya
When thinking of public libraries in Boston, the grandeur and expansiveness of the main branch on Boylston comes to mind, but there are 25 other branches strewn throughout the city and its neighborhoods, with only one exception-Chinatown.