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Massachusetts Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker and Democratic candidate Martha Coakley participated in a debate in Worcester Monday. PHOTOS BY MIKE DESOCIO AND ESTHER RO/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Massachusetts gubernatorial candidates debate taxes, gender equality

With less than a week before the Nov. 4 election, four of the five Massachusetts’ gubernatorial […]

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A report published by Catalyst Thursday suggests that women in the science, technology, engineering and math industries face career barriers as a result of a work culture that is unwelcoming to women. GRAPHIC BY ARIELLE PEARL/DAILY FREE PRESS CONTRIBUTOR

Report reveals problems, barriers women face in STEM fields

Women with backgrounds in science, technology, engineering and mathematics often shy away from STEM jobs because […]

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Through initiatives by Boston University Student Government including the website TurboVote, 100 more students registered to vote this year than in 2013. GRAPHIC BY FALON MORAN/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

More students register to vote in elections, make use of TurboVote service

In an effort to encourage more Boston University students to participate in the Nov. 4 state […]

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Hillary Rodham Clinton, Massachusetts public officials gather to support Martha Coakley

Hillary Rodham Clinton, Massachusetts public officials gather to support Martha Coakley

Boston’s Park Plaza Hotel welcomed former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Friday morning to speak […]

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“Convergence,” the first large-scale alumni exhibition by The School of Visual Arts in the College of Fine Arts, held its opening reception at Boston University’s 808 Gallery Friday night. PHOTO BY SARAH SILBIGER/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Exhibit showcases alumni work, celebrates school anniversary

Alumni of Boston University’s College of Fine Arts showcased work spanning the history of CFA on […]

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Taiba Zahir and Marwa Sayed (CAS ‘17) march down Newbury Street in protest of police brutality Saturday. PHOTO BY ALLIE WIMLEY/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Hundreds overtake Newbury Street in protest of police brutality in Ferguson

Black Lives Matter: Boston, a social justice organization, led a group of 600 to 700 peaceful […]

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BU among Boston universities with lowest numbers of Hispanic and black professors

BU among Boston universities with lowest numbers of Hispanic and black professors

Boston’s City Council convened at City Hall Friday morning to deal with plans to increase diversity […]

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More than 100 people gathered at Boston Common Sunday to protest against poor health care for Massachusetts residents. PHOTO BY EVAN JONES/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Boston residents rally for national, global health care reform

Armed with signs and chants, upwards of 200 people gathered at the Boston Common Sunday morning […]

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Takin’ it to the Street has received positive feedback from students for its diverse menu and quick service. PHOTO BY BESTEY GOLDWASSER/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Students find newest eatery diverse, reflective of BU population

With a menu and service designed with students in mind, Takin’ it to the Street, the […]

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Independent gubernatorial candidate Evan Falchuk will be on the Nov. 4 gubernatorial ballot, representing the United Independent Party, which he launched in January 2013. PHOTO COURTESY OF EVAN FALCHUK

Gubernatorial candidate Evan Falchuk sues for ability to participate in debate

Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Evan Falchuk filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the sponsors of Monday night’s debate […]

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