Brandeis University is the target of a Title IX investigation by the U.S. Department of Education.
Following a woman’s fall Sunday, fraternities and sororities at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are being told they must limit parties to less than 50 people unless they get permission from city or town officials.
About 2,100 eighth graders will begin taking the T to school this year instead of buses as part of a cost-saving measure.
Rahn Dorsey will bring 20 years of experience in public policy, education and public health issues to the newly created position.
Enrollment at the five-campus University of Massachusetts system has reached a record high, while the academic achievement of students is also on the rise.
A Massachusetts Institute of Technology fraternity has been suspended by the university and the national organization after a woman fell from a third-story window during a party last weekend.
Northeastern University, Boston University, and Wellesley College claim the state Department of Revenue denied them millions of dollars in tax credits.
The organization began in 2010 as an anti-bullying initiative, and in four years, evolved to include tips around teaching and promoting the power of kindness.
City workers will conduct targeted housing inspections, trash inspections and information drops in student-heavy neighborhoods throughout the Labor Day weekend.
Mayor Marty Walsh said the drivers’ union and the company that runs the city’s bus service are working to negotiate a new contract.
After another morning of delays due to understaffing on bus routes, the official Boston Public Schools’ account tweeted Tuesday afternoon that all routes will be staffed and on their normal schedules.