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Candidates clash in first Senate special election debate

In the first debate to feature candidates from both parties, the three Republican and two Democratic […]

by · March 28, 2013 · 1 comment · City, National, News, Politics

Many BU students support historic same-sex Supreme Court case

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a second round of arguments Wednesday over a same-sex marriage […]

Congress votes to protect military tuition assistance

Congress issued a continuing resolution Thursday to restore Military Tuition Assistance programs by limiting spending on […]

Logan unlikely to see major flight reductions as result of sequester

Sequester budget cuts to Massachusetts’s airports should not have a large impact on the number of […]

by · March 27, 2013 · 0 comments · City, National, News
GOP, Dems. propose budgets with differing effects for students

GOP, Dems. propose budgets with differing effects for students

Among a number of other dissimilarities, federal budgets proposed by Democrats and Republicans in Congress offer […]

IBM officials partner with Boston, BU to grow ‘smarter city’

Boston University officials are partnering with executives from IBM and the city of Boston to promote […]

After privacy breach, Google pays $7 million

Mass. Attorney General Martha Coakley announced Tuesday that Google Inc. will pay more than $327,000 to […]

by · March 18, 2013 · 0 comments · City, National, News
BU breaks from trend of unfilled math ed. positions

BU breaks from trend of unfilled math ed. positions

Although higher education institutions across the U.S. continue to struggle to fill openings in mathematics education, […]

Section of Violence Against Women Act to focus on colleges

A part of the Violence Against Women Act — which passed through Congress Thursday — focusing on […]

Employers value experience over grades, data suggests

Employers value experience over grades, data suggests

A significant percentage of employers prefer students with work experience outside of a college environment to […]