“I was like, ‘S—t, I might just be a big stiff for the rest of my life.’”
In one of the closest elections in modern Massachusetts history, Republican candidate Charlie Baker held on to a victory over Democrat Martha Coakley.
Massachusetts voters had to decide on more than just a new governor Tuesday—other major political positions and referendum questions were also on the ballot.
Across Boston and the rest of the country, adjunct professors have been exploring their ability to unionize. Among the reasons for doing so are a lack of job security and unfair wages.
“I always found him to be gracious and engaged in the meetings I had with him,” Leahy said. “I will remember the Mayor, his wife Angela, and his extended family in my prayers.”
BC acts Lucid Soul and Jimmy and the Gooch host the first University-sponsored live music event in an on-campus residence.
The president of Chordury, BC’s independent music label, Dan Lyle, A&S ’16, hopes to build the orgainzation into a pre-professional network for independent musicians on campus.
In light of a recent report released by The Boston Globe, some of the largest educational nonprofit institutions across Boston, including Boston College, are opting not to submit these voluntary payments, which the city uses to fund municipality services.