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In a time of major upheaval, what does the future hold for higher learning in Boston? Five hometown college and university leaders peer into their crystal ball—and what they see might surprise you.
You know who’s fun? Karl Rove. I’m not kidding. Ever since he dropped his day job as a torture enabling evil genius, not only has […]
I don’t remember worrying that much about my college acceptance letters. Maybe I was less driven than my peers, but I only applied to three […]
Parents these days are busy. Whether they’re working to pass Proposition 2 1/2 overrides or forcing their kids to give up their birthday presents for […]
No matter how many safeguards we put in place, kids are bound to have a horrible teacher at some point during their educational career. Someone […]
We love Elizabeth Edwards. Whether she’s fighting cancer or Ann Coulter (not that there’s much of a difference between the two—ba dum dum) she appears […]
I only spent only one year of my college career in a dorm, and in that time I had three roommates. The first was a […]
21, the celebration of MIT geeks based on Ben Mezrich’s novel was the highest grossing movie in the country this weekend. While millions of Americans […]
Boston Daily is a big fan of academic achievement. Whether students are building robots or, as we learn in the new issue of Boston magazine […]
Kids these days are fat. The Globe reports on a Newton-based company that hopes to change children’s eating habits by involving parents in revamping their […]
Everyone has seen the highlight: Doug Flutie, scrambling madly (and wearing an unfortunate, navel-showing jersey), unleashes a long Hail Marry pass that’s somehow caught for […]
A meditation on mandatory yoga classes, homework caps, sleep specialists, and other well-meaning (if possibly misguided) initiatives that have put elite local high schools on the front lines of today’s war on teen stress.
As Bostonians, we love to talk about curses. Now that we don’t have the Curse of the Bambino to kick around anymore, our city needs […]
Student loans are an unfortunate part of life for many young professionals. Teenagers are lured to colleges with great facilities and professors, and don’t pay […]
We were happy to see that our old pal Boston City Councilor Mike Ross is doing well. The Allston-Brighton Tab reports that his proposal to […]
We here at Boston Daily love the internet. Anything that allows us to shop without wearing pants is okay in our book. But the Web […]