After reading your article, ‘Student performers pay tribute to Michael Jackson,’ that ran on Oct. 5th, I was astounded by the lack of research and fact checking.
Among the myriad of issues that compose this year’s race for Boston City Councilor, the seemingly least political of those issues is the environment, yet it is one of the most important.
As Mayor Thomas Menino’s email scandal further unfolds into what City Councilor-At-Large Michael Flaherty has dubbed ‘emailgate,’ the public watches on to see how the crisis may affect the outcome of the race.
Yesterday’s article titled ‘Boston unattractive to students after graduation, politicians say,’ paints an inaccurate portrait of the opportunities available to students educated in Boston upon graduation.
In response to Pooja Bachani’s article on Oct. 7 (‘Boston unattractive to students after graduation, politicians say’), and your staff edit that ran the same day, though key reasons why students leave Boston after graduation are covered, a huge one is not.?