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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.
Fourteen Students Have Been Accused of Vandalizing Arlington High School
Anti-gay slurs and a swastika were found outside the school last week.
The Best Public High Schools in Mass., Ranked
How well did your district do?
The Confusing MIT Court Decision, Explained
Here’s what a ruling on a student suicide means for higher education.
Boston College Will Rescind Bill Cosby’s Honorary Degree
The school initially said it was against its policy to do so.
Bill Gates Wishes He’d Been More “Sociable” at Harvard
It worked out just fine for him anyway.
NEC Honors Coretta Scott King with New Statue
The bronze bust memorializes the civil rights icon, an NEC alum.
Our exclusive ranking of the top districts in Greater Boston.
The Justice Department Is Looking into Admissions at Several New England Schools
The government is probing Amherst, Williams, Tufts, and others.
Everyone is Mad at Mount Ida College
Gov. Charlie Baker joined the chorus of critics of the school’s recent sale to UMass Amherst.
Mass. Students’ Test Scores Are the Best in the Nation
Way to go!
Michael Cohen Allegedly Threatened a Harvard Student
The lawyer was not pleased after the campus humor magazine pranked then-candidate Donald Trump.
Brandeis Fires Men’s Basketball Coach after Accusations of Racism
Students said he was biased and made offensive comments.
Harvard Accepted Just 4.59 Percent of Applicants
It’s the lowest rate in school history.
José Andrés Is Getting an Honorary Public Service Degree from Tufts
The decorated chef is the Friedman School of Nutrition’s commencement speaker.
No, Mass. Isn’t Arming Teachers
The Board of Elementary and Secondary Education unanimously panned the idea.
Parkland Students Speak at Harvard Kennedy School
They called for civic engagement and political accountability.