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On Nov. 5, 2019, the Boston City Council elections were held for the four Boston City Council At-Large seats and the nine district seats. The results of this election have proved historic for the city; for the first time, the Council will be made up of a majority of women. In addition to the…

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A change in the appearance of UMass Boston will be arriving during the upcoming Spring semester. The old Science Building, the Clark Athletic Center pool, and the catwalks connected to the Science Building and McCormack Hall are all receiving a new makeover this spring with the old Science B…

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Wednesday, Nov. 6, UMass Boston held its second annual campus-wide safety walk. The event began at 4:30 p.m. in a meeting room on the second floor of the Campus Center. Students and faculty all filed in, socializing and enjoying the Safety Walk refreshments. Refreshments included fruit, bott…

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On Wednesday, Oct. 30, I had the pleasure of interviewing Umama Moon, a first-generation student and current senior at UMass Boston. Umama is originally from Bangladesh, and she is a biology major on a pre-med track. She is currently working on getting into an MD/PHD program post-graduation,…

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The Dining Services team and the Office of Urban and Off-Campus Support Services (U-ACCESS) have partnered in order to create a program in which students can donate one of their Guest Meal swipes to a student in need of a meal. 

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The Red Flag Campaign is a campaign to raise awareness of domestic abuse and domestic violence in the everyday lives of people. On the first floor Campus Center Terrace on the wall directly next to the entrance hallway to the dining hall is a black and red art piece. Small red flags hang off…

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Hundreds of thousands of young activists flooded the streets of various cities all across the globe, from Berlin to Boston, to call attention to the climate crisis. 

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Voting has its roots in Ancient Greece and Rome with the people electing senators and emperors to lead their country. The history of voting in the United States is a long and hard one—here are ten major events: 

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