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A Move to End Natural Hair Discrimination
Column, Metro

A Move to End Natural Hair Discrimination

At the Oct. 2 City Council Meeting in Boston, Councilor Lydia Edwards ardently put forth a resolution to prevent discrimination against natural hairstyles. This was in support of already pending legislature that was filed by Steven Ultrino, a state representative, on Sept. 18.

Food, Metro

Longfellow Bar Raises Bar Bites to New Heights

The goal for restaurants has always been to raise the bar, but for Longfellow Bar, they take the adage quite literally. Elevation of typical bar food and drinks, as well as physical elevation from the hustle and bustle of Harvard Square, allow it to think outside the box—or the margarita glass. Longfellow Bar resides in…

Boston, Metro

Roughly Two-Thirds of BPS Schools Meet Standards

Roughly two-thirds of Boston Public Schools improved from last year, according to the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s (DESE) annual accountability report for schools across the state. The report designated the Boston Public Schools (BPS) as making “substantial progress towards targets.” BPS is within the medium range among the other districts of Massachusetts,…

Boston Is Absolutely The Best City In The World
Column, Opinions

Boston Is Absolutely The Best City In The World

Los Angeles has UCLA, New York City has NYU, Philadelphia has Villanova, and countless more cities have countless more top colleges, but you chose Boston College. You chose BC over a number of other schools—and, in my humble opinion, that was the right choice. Not just because BC’s academics are on par with the other…

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