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Boston College Students Protest Racism

Following a pair of racist incidents on campus, hundreds of Boston College students walked out of class Wednesday in protest. For roughly 20 minutes, students […]

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MCAS Scores Drop Across Massachusetts

The newly redesigned MCAS test proved to be quite the challenge for many of Massachusetts’ public-school students, with scores among the state’s third through eighth […]

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Gordon Hayward Suffers Grisly Ankle Injury

Celtics center forward Al Horford stood stunned, hands behind his head. Celtics forward Jaylen Brown seemed frozen at first, but eventually turned away, mouth agape […]

Arts & Entertainment

Henry James Exhibition to Open at Gardner Museum

You can practically hear the portraits whispering to each other across the exhibition hall. The arts patron Isabella Stewart Gardner peers at the author Henry […]

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Black Lives Matter Poster Vandalized at Boston College

Amidst the ads for a capella shows, free pizza in the library, and volunteering opportunities, bulletin boards on college campuses have become all–too–often sites of another […]

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Court Rules Yahoo Can Provide Account Information to Relatives of the Deceased

More than a decade after their brother’s death, one family just got a step closer to peering inside his virtual life. The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial […]

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Direct Ferry Routes Added between Quincy and Boston

If the Red Line’s constant delays, smoke-filled rides, and runaway cars have you feeling a bit, well, frazzled, some newfound hope may be setting sail […]

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Tall Ship Loses Power, Hits Boats in Newport Harbor

The largest civilian sailing school ship in the nation lost engine power Sunday night in Newport, Rhode Island, and hit multiple other vessels docked in […]

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Frost Warning Issued for Most of Massachusetts

If you’re a bit of a Goldilocks about your fall weather, you’ve probably been struggling with Boston’s autumn this year. The fall began with unusually warm temperatures and foliage-related […]

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Task Force Assembled to Examine MBTA Deaths

Eleven people have been killed on MBTA rail tracks since July 1, and the state wants to know why. The agency reported 22 deaths during […]

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Boston Was Ranked America’s Best City for Startups

Sorry Silicon Valley, you’ll have to speak up. We can’t hear you over the innovation that’s booming from Boston’s nation-leading startup culture. For the second […]

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Massachusetts State House Approves Bump Stock Ban

The Massachusetts House voted in favor of banning “bump stocks” for guns by a margin of 151-3 on Wednesday. When attached to a semiautomatic weapon, […]

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Boston University, Wheelock Reach Merger Agreement

Boston University and Wheelock College reached a definitive agreement Wednesday to merge on June 1, 2018. In addition to the legal nuts and bolts of BU […]

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The Commuter Rail Breaks Down More Often Than Any Other Regional Transit System

The commuter rail is filled with a lot of little engines that couldn’t. A new federal report finds that more commuter rail trains broke down in […]

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Emerson College Considers Global Expansion

Emerson College students may soon be able to fill their passports with stamps from four different continents without technically leaving the school’s jurisdiction. The liberal […]