David Carr seemed to have found a new love in teaching journalism to students entering the field in a time of tumult.
Students asking that Harvard University divest its endowment from fossil fuels have taken over the offices of President Drew Faust.
Dartmouth, like most schools, keeps adding new programs but doesn’t eliminate old ones. It’s a target for Dartmouth’s president, Philip Hanlon.
The move comes as part of the college’s effort to control binge drinking, and with it other behaviors, such as sexual assault.
From the funeral of cardiac surgeon Dr. Michael J. Davidson, who was shot to death this week at a Boston hospital: “Surgeons are not known for their bedside manner, but Michael had it in spades,” Terri Halperin, Dr. Davidson’s widow, said during the service. “That’s why the fact that a patient’s family member would take Michael away from us makes it all the more devastating.”
The protesters say they blocked the interstate to get people’s attention on the issue of police mistreatment of minorities.
After a busy first year in office, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is reflecting on some accomplishments and setting a lot of new goals for year two.
Especially costly at the selective liberal arts college in western Massachusetts: the faculty.
After a night of partying at the Boston Convention Center to celebrate his inauguration, Gov. Charlie Baker has more celebratory events scheduled and will hold his first cabinet meeting today.
Marty Walsh is getting ready to mark his first anniversary as mayor of Boston. Fred Thys reviews his first year in office.
The audience of about 250 made it clear it wanted a broader discussion of police treatment of people of color.
My brother first developed symptoms when he was 15, and found that he could no longer run as fast as his high school soccer teammates. Since the age of 43, he has been confined to a wheelchair or scooter, unable to walk or stand.
With the new George Clooney film out, we bring back a 1998 interview with one of the real Monuments Men.