At Kenmore Square on Marathon Monday, the line of spectators was only one person deep. But WBUR’s Fred Thys found lots of enthusiasm.
Mayor Walsh declared April 15 One Boston Day, intending it to be a day for Bostonians to show the resiliency and generosity people showed on the day of the bombing. The acts of kindness took many forms.
To better protect themselves against sexual assault, a class of Harvard women is learning self-defense techniques.
Kimberly Theidon accuses Harvard of punishing her for defending victims of sexual assault.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren spoke to a packed ballroom at the University of Massachusetts, Boston about student debt, countering common ideas held by her Republican colleagues on the impact of increased student aid.
The family of Angelo West, the man shot dead by Boston police Friday after police say he shot a cop, heard for the first time what a video showing the shooting contains.
This winter’s snow may finally be melting, but it’s expected to continue to affect students at college campuses all over the Boston area.
Right now, there’s no carbon tax in Massachusetts, or any other state. State Sen. Michael Barrett, a Lexington Democrat, would like to change that.
The new admissions policy goes into effect for students who apply this fall for admission next year.
Students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are praising the school for its transparency and response to the most recent suicide of a student.
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.”
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.