- Maria Hickson
In the wake of COVID-19, the majority of UMass Boston classes have …
- Fiona Broadie
Last week, on the night of Oct. 7, Sen. Kamala Harris and Vice pres…
- Benjamin Giunta
The first of the six Nobel Prizes set to be awarded throughout the …
- Abigail Basile
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced a Steering Committee for the Bos…
April 15, 2020, marked the seventh anniversary of the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing. On April 15, 2015, Boston set forth a new tradition based in spreading kindness called One Boston Day. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and strict social distancing policies, the fifth annual One Boston Day was c…
On Monday, April 13, heavy rainfall and high winds ravaged Massachusetts and the surrounding New England states, causing widespread power outages. From noon to 10 p.m. on Monday, the entire state, with the exception of Franklin County, was under a high wind warning.
A local health center in the city of Quincy has stepped up to be the first line of defense for the small city. Manet Community Health Center is a small health center in Quincy, Mass., that provides healthcare to citizens regardless of insurance. The small health center has provided an area f…
On Sunday, April 5, Mayor of Boston, Marty Walsh, announced stricter social distancing guidelines for residents of the city of Boston.
College students across Massachusetts have been adjusting to online courses since the beginning of March. A transition from an in-person style of learning to a remote style of learning has had its ups and downs for University of Massachusetts Boston students of every academic level.
With growing cases and fatalities of COVID-19 nationwide, the Democrats decided on April 2 to push back their convention one month.
April 3, 2020—After an email was sent out to all students, faculty, and staff on March 25 regarding new pass/fail and withdrawal policies for the 2020 spring semester, Interim Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Emily McDermott, was contacted for an interview.