Just like the internet, computers, television, and telephones before it, AI has untapped potential to change our lives for the better—no matter how much we resist it at first.
Letter to the Editor: Resolution Defending Academic Freedom As It Relates to Teaching About Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Critical Race Theory
Co-sponsored by the BC chapter of the AAUP and University partners: Since its founding in 1915, the AAUP has steadfastly opposed political interference in the conduct of this country’s institutions of higher education. Today the AAUP condemns in the strongest possible terms the recent actions to ban, limit, or distort the teaching of history and related…
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,…
Himes: The Final Cut
Associate Arts Editor Emily Himes discusses the repercussions of making further education budget cuts.
Lynch Launches New ‘Learning Engineering’ Master’s Program
The Lynch School of Education will begin offering a new master’s program in learning engineering this fall—the program is the first of its kind.
OIP, OISS Launch Ninth Annual International Education Week
The Office of International Programs (OIP) and the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) launched the ninth annual International Education Week on Monday.
Finding the Value in a Liberal Arts Education
Sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in the rat race of academia and not really question what you’re doing.
Two Students Promote Libraries and Literacy, Near and Far
Daniel Moverman, MCAS ’18, and Tara Hebert, MCAS ’18 tackled the world’s persisting problem of illiteracy.
El Camino Largo
“I was walking through the desert like a zombie,” Edgar Lopez, MCAS ’21, said of his long trek to give himself a chance at life, away from the corruption of politics and flesh in indigenous Guatemala.
Appreciating Education Outside the Classroom
“Knowledge—arguably the only omnipresent facet of the universe—is accessible to many, yet chased by few.”