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Boiling down the numbers: A “dining plan” for the off-campus resident

Boiling down the numbers: A “dining plan” for the off-campus resident

The freedom of controlling your diet in an off-campus apartment is a blessing — but it […]

by · March 18, 2014 · 0 comments · City, News

CITY CRIME LOGS: March 11 to March 18

The following crime reports were taken from the Allston- Brighton D-14 crime logs from March 11 […]

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New application to help blind people navigate MBTA

To help visually impaired people navigate through subway stations, a team of engineers has invented a […]

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Former Boston Mayor Menino diagnosed with cancer

Former Boston Mayor Menino diagnosed with cancer

Six weeks after beginning his work as the co-director of Boston University’s Initiative on Cities, former […]

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AFLC injunction against MBTA denied

The American Freedom Law Center’s preliminary injunction against the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, which would require […]

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Patrick travels to Latin countries for trade mission

As globalization tightens its grip on the world economy, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick traveled to Panama Monday for […]

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Activists hold rally to fight for reduced fare student MBTA passes

Activists hold rally to fight for reduced fare student MBTA passes

In the wake of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s recent late-night service additions, the Youth Affordabili(T) […]

by · March 16, 2014 · 0 comments · City, News
Boston Mayor Martin Walsh takes next step to improving nightlife

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh takes next step to improving nightlife

With the fast-approaching launch date of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s late-night hours, Boston Mayor Martin […]

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Programs launched to fund immigrant groups

To better serve Boston’s growing immigrant population, Boston Mayor Martin Walsh is launching the Capacity Building […]

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Recommendations made to achieve green goals in Boston

Recommendations made to achieve green goals in Boston

In hopes of encouraging Boston to improve its green economy and recycling rates to levels of […]

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