Lauren Landry

Lauren Landry, Contributor

Lauren Landry is a digital content specialist for Northeastern University by day and a contributor for Boston by night. She was formerly the associate editor at BostInno, where she wrote nearly 3,500 articles covering all things education and early-stage tech. Lauren is a graduate student in Northeastern's Media Innovation program and, when she’s not writing, serves as a mentor for the Emerson Accelerator, a committee member for Boston Content, and drinks way too many cups of coffee.

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The City of Boston Has a New Website

At last!

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’Lean In’ Inspired a Children’s Book

Two HBS students want to close the confidence gap.

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Kayak’s Cofounder Is Bringing Back Travel Agents

Through Lola, a new travel app.

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Upgrade Your Smartphone Videos

A new startup will edit them for you.

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There’s a Yelp for Fertility Doctors & Clinics

It’s called FertilityIQ.

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Use Science to Brew Tea

With an app and a smart bottle.

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Millennials, It’s Time to Learn about IRAs

A new service, LearnLux, can help.

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Wanderu Is Dominating Travel Apps

Not even Richard Branson can argue.

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Q&A: Jodi Goldstein, Managing Director, Harvard i-lab

How she got from A to B to MBA.

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A Photo and Video Studio Opened in East Boston

And it’s catered to the everyday creator.

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MIT Sloan Alum Launches a Kayak for Car Insurance

It’s called Insurify.

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How to Keep the Everyday Less Toxic

Babson senior Ava Anderson has you covered.

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This Newsletter Will Help You Sound ’Marginally More Intelligent’

It’s called the Daily Pnut.

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This Local Startup Wants to Put a Face to Your Brand

Meet Jobble.

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Three MIT Students Set Out to Reinvent Laundry

Meet AquaFresco.