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.

@hayleyglatter
The Olympic rings
News

Take a Look at What the Mass. Natives in Pyeongchang Are up To

Olym-pics or it didn’t happen.

A radio broadcast studio
News

WEEI Employees Are Getting Sensitivity Training

The station had lost a few advertisers in the wake of a host’s insensitive joke.

Police officers surround a squad card behind caution tape
Education

Two Mass. Officials Were in Florida School during Shooting

They traveled to Parkland for a college football recruiting trip.

E-ZPass toll booth lanes
News

You May Soon Be Able to Pay for Gas with Your E-ZPass

A Boston-based company just partnered with the toll-booth innovators.

Harvard gate
Education

Harvard Received 42,742 Applications this Year

It’s a record-setting total.

News

Red Sox Prove Summer Bodies Are Made in Winter

Baseball is here!

The green line rolls in
News

MBTA Fares Could Rise Again

The agency is staring down a huge budget deficit.

A row of Comcast-branded vans
News

Advertisers Leave WEEI after Host’s Insensitive Impression

Comcast and the City of Boston Credit Union suspended their relationships with the station.

From right, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, and former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, react along with the family of Boston Marathon bombing victim Martin Richard, behind, during a remembrance ceremony at the finish line on Boylston Street in Boston, Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
News

Marty Walsh Spent $18,000 on Joe Biden’s Book

He bought 1,500 copies.

John Kelly and Rob Porter walk together
News

Two Former White House Officials from Mass. Accused of Domestic Abuse

Not a connection to be proud of.

Red Auerbach and Bill Russell sit on the bench
News

BPD Apologizes for Black History Month Tweet

The department honored a white man to celebrate African Americans.

The Boston skyline at sunrise
News

Boston No Longer Has the Worst Income Inequality in the Country

It’s still a huge problem, though.

An Oakhurst Dairy milk bottle
News

An Oxford Comma Is Worth $5 Million

The famous case over the punctuation mark was settled.

A view toward Boston's Seaport district from the Custom House observation deck.
News

MassMutual Plans to Invest $300 Million In Mass.

The company will add 1,000 jobs in the Seaport.

New England Patriots quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (10) warms up with members of the team during an NFL football practice Tuesday, June 7, 2016, in Foxborough, Mass.
News

Garoppolo Will Get Paid More than Brady Next Season

He’s only started seven NFL games.