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Editorial: Keep on voting, America

Editorial: Keep on voting, America

November 28, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

The 2018 midterm elections were remarkable in terms of voter turnout. Almost half of the people in America who can vote, did. What’s particularly striking is that nearly a third of young people voted in this election — the highest proportion of this age group to vote in the last seven midterms. When the voting ...

Event Calendar: Thursday, Nov. 1 – Wednesday, Nov. 7

Event Calendar: Thursday, Nov. 1 – Wednesday, Nov. 7

November 1, 2018


Filed under event calendar, Lifestyle

Compiled by Claire Wallace, deputy lifestyle editor Thursday, Nov. 1, Healing Justice: Film Screening and Public Dialogue TSNE MissionWorks and the Mel King Institute are teaming up to show Dr. Shakti Butler’s newest film “Healing Justice.” It explores the idea that our justice system is failing minority communities. Dr. Butler is an educator on div...

Brief: Pressley responds to Capuano’s border wall comments

Brief: Pressley responds to Capuano’s border wall comments

Charlie Wolfson

February 13, 2018


Filed under City

Ayanna Pressley, a Boston city councilor who launched a campaign in late January to challenge Rep. Michael Capuano (D-Mass.) in the Democratic primary election, has begun coming at Capuano from the left. In a Tuesday release, Pressley challenged a statement Capuano made regarding President Donald J. T...

Editorial: Make study spaces more accessible

Editorial: Make study  spaces more accessible

October 19, 2017


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Deciding to study on campus should be as simple as walking into Snell Library, finding a seat and opening your books. Instead, every time you try to study on campus you’re playing a game of chance. You’re likely to spend a good portion of your time in the library taking laps and looking for somewhere...

Republicans take Massachusetts, nation

Republicans take Massachusetts, nation

November 6, 2014


Filed under City, Featured Content

By Elise Harmon, news correspondent Midterm elections marked losses for Democrats both in Mass. and across the nation as Republican Charlie Baker was elected governor and Republicans gained control of the Senate by winning seven new seats. Mass. voters flocked to polls on Tuesday to decide on four re...

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