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Hayley Glatter

Staff Writer at Boston Magazine

Hayley Glatter is a news writer for Boston magazine. She was previously a fellow at the Atlantic focusing on education.

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UMass’s Mount Ida Headache Isn’t Going Away

The faculty at UMass Boston have “no confidence” in the university system’s leaders.

Boston, Massachusetts, USA - February 5, 2016: The iconic Citgo sign along Commonwealth Avenue on a rainy night in the Fenway Kenmore neighborhood
City Life

Hope You Brought Your Umbrella Today, Boston

A nasty thunderstorm could rain on our parade Tuesday afternoon and evening.

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Arts & Entertainment

Walden Pond Is Coming to PlayStation so We Can All Live like Thoreau

Move over, Fortnite, the philosophers have arrived.

Boston Celtics players, from left, forward Jayson Tatum, guard Marcus Smart (36), forward Al Horford and forward Marcus Morris, far right, cheer from the bench during the fourth quarter of Game 1 of the NBA basketball Eastern Conference Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Sunday, May 13, 2018, in Boston. The Celtics won 108-83.
City Life

The Celtics Absolutely Destroyed the Cavs in Game One

Here are the greatest jokes from Twitter.

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City Life

The Ferries to Martha’s Vineyard Are an Absolute Mess

Mechanical failures led to nearly 550 cancelations between January and April. Equipment problems typically halt around 40 rides all year.

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City Life

How Could the Pats Not Have Known about the Matt Patricia Allegations?

The team has the best resources money can buy, but apparently had no idea the former coach was indicted on a charge of aggravated sexual assault.

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City Life

Uber Is under Investigation for Price Hikes during the First March Nor’easter

A Massachusetts law prohibits ride-share companies from raising base fares during states of emergency.

City Life

Matt Patricia Was Indicted for Sexual Assault in 1996

The former Patriots defensive coordinator was not convicted and denies the allegations.

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City Life

A Python Was Found Slithering around a Brookline Playground

Ssssssuper normal and not at all freaky.

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City Life

TBT: Bruce Springsteen Dazzles in Cambridge

“I saw rock and roll future and its name is Bruce Springsteen,” one music critic wrote following the performance.

Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens argues with referee Steve Anderson (76) during the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Brooklyn Nets, Monday, March 23, 2015, in New York. The Celtics won 110-91.
City Life

Brad Stevens Was Totally Snubbed

Not one of his peers voted for him for Coach of the Year, and it’s a disgrace.

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Arts & Entertainment

Take a Walk This Mother’s Day

From the Greenway to the Harvard Arboretum, there are tons of post-brunch strolls to enjoy around Boston.

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Fourteen Students Have Been Accused of Vandalizing Arlington High School

Anti-gay slurs and a swastika were found outside the school last week.

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The Best Public High Schools in Mass., Ranked

How well did your district do?

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The Confusing MIT Court Decision, Explained

Here’s what a ruling on a student suicide means for higher education.