Alyssa Vaughn is a staff writer at Boston. A St. Louis native, she moved to the East Coast to study English at Boston College. She currently lives in an apartment perfectly bisected by the Cambridge/Somerville border.
The British socialite, who was rumored to be living in Massachusetts last year, was arrested in New Hampshire Thursday morning.
The AG’s office sent a cease and desist letter to the fireworks company Wednesday.
A petition calling for the statue’s removal garnered over 12,000 signatures in just three weeks.
What started as a simple Instagram request has exploded into a nationwide project.
As the state’s number of cases declines.
The grocery store said the masks were against dress code.
Students from the second grade onward will be expected to wear masks, class sizes will shrink, and social distancing will be enforced in group spaces.
Black students and alumni are taking to social media to anonymously share stories of the racism they experienced at schools across the state.
They’ve been spotted at several local beaches.
Tune into a Zoom webinar or take to the streets.
After posting a series of Facebook posts mocking Black Lives Matter.
A dispatch from the kind-of open CambridgeSide mall.
At the protests and demonstrations across the city since George Floyd’s death, Boston’s youth have been at the forefront.
These works by bell hooks, Frederick Douglass, and other luminaries unpack long histories of injustice—and will help you be a more informed activist today.