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Dozens of pro-abortion and anti-abortion protesters gathered outside Planned Parenthood on Commonwealth Avenue.
The event advocated support for women, people of color, immigrants, LGBTQA+ individuals and people with disabilities.
More than 400 university presidents signed a statement calling on the country’s leaders to uphold the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Hamaseh Sorooshian, a senior psychology major, is competing on a platform of self-love and body positivity.
Many Northeastern students and faculty said they were disappointed and in shock following Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s loss.
A Northeastern student is suing the university and several administrators and staff members, alleging that the school mishandled her 2013 sexual assault case.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren joined a rally of thousands of union janitors, food workers, security guards and others in the Boston Common early Saturday afternoon to advocate for a new contract with higher wages and expanded benefits for city workers.
A Suffolk Superior Court judge ruled Friday that a pilot program requiring 100 Boston police officers to wear body cameras will proceed in spite of opposition from the department’s union, according to a 19-page ruling posted online by the Boston Globe.
Boston-based nonprofit organization Chinatown Main Street will host its third annual lantern festival on Saturday to celebrate Chinese traditions and to bond the city’s Chinese-American community together.