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Massachusetts Legislature Passes Bilingual Education Bill

Significant achievement gaps plague students who are not native English speakers in Massachusetts, but a new bipartisan bill seeks to change that. The LOOK bill […]

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Simmons College Will Name a School after Gwen Ifill

A year after the death of celebrated PBS journalist Gwen Ifill, Simmons College has announced it’s naming a school after her: The Gwen Ifill College of […]

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Harvard Receives $12.1 Million Grant from Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

Harvard College, home of the $35.7 billion endowment, just got a little bit more help from its wealthy friends, with a $12.1 million grant from […]

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Tufts Students, Alumni Call for Anthony Scaramucci’s Removal from Advisory Board

Anthony Scaramucci has been an advisor at Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy roughly 50 times longer than he served as President Trump’s […]

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Talking Out of School with Lee Pelton

The president of Emerson College is reshaping downtown and redefining the ivory tower.

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New Vision Unveiled for Massachusetts College of Art and Design

In the 10 years after 2001, the number of science and engineering degrees awarded in the United States grew by 41 percent. In 2016, the […]

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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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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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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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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 […]

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Brookline Looks to Seize Land from Pine Manor College

The 52 bucolic acres that compose Pine Manor College are dotted with historic buildings, leafy woods, and charming dormitories. Not currently included in that expanse is […]

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An MIT Physicist Earned a Nobel Prize

Rainer Weiss just wanted to know he wasn’t completely out of touch. After flunking out of MIT, the young physicist went searching for affirmation when […]

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Committee Rolls Back Suggestion to Ban Harvard Social Clubs

The experimental petri dish that is Harvard’s social scene is being tinkered with again. The committee that recommended a ban on the school’s final clubs, […]

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Protesters Confront Betsy DeVos at the Harvard Kennedy School

Protesters, some standing with their fists in the air and waving signs that included the words “white supremacist,” swarmed to greet Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos Thursday […]