As next week’s Boston Marathon nears, junior Melanie Logan nears completion of her fundraising and training goals.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Convicted Of All 30 Charges Related To Marathon Bombing
During the penalty phase, the prosecution will present “aggravating factors,” and the defense will present “mitigating factors,” in the next phase of the trial.
BC Alum Summoned For Boston Bomber Trial
Potential witness felt pressured by family, friends prior to the trial in which the fate of the bombing suspect would be decided.
In Good Hands: Police Commissioner Is The Leader Boston Needs
William Evans is responsible for protecting the city of Boston—but he may be considered more of a runner than a policeman.
A Tale Of Terror In Two Cities: Life Amid Crisis In Boston And Paris
A Bostonian reflects on two tragedies—the Marathon Bombing and the ‘Charlie Hebdo’ attacks—and respectively, how two cities responded.
How Soon Is Too Soon? ‘SNL’ Pushing The Limits of Comedy
Chris Rock jokes about the Boston Marathon Bombing on SNL, which makes us wonder: will it always be “too soon”?
Stop And Ask Yourself Why You Run
A recent study found that Massachusetts is the best state for runners—here’s why you should stop and ask yourself why you run.
BC Should Respond To Attacks With ‘Renewed Community Spirit’
We still do not know who carried out the cowardly bombings at the Boston Marathon today. As a professor who studies the impact of terrorism, I don’t have any inside information about who the attackers are. But I can say with confidence that they made a huge mistake.