On Feb. 27, the scientific journal “Nature” published a paper describing seven Earth-sized terrestrial planets orbiting a dwarf star 40 light-years away.
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Missionaries played an essential role in the establishment over indigenous populations.
After its cancellation in December 2016, the Riverside Shuttle has been reinstated for the spring semester, according to a campus-wide email from the Student Union on Friday.Citing low ridership and the overall cost of the program, Senior Department Coordinator for the Graduate Student Center Steven Weglinski announced the shuttle’s cancellation in a Dec.
The Presidential Task Force on Free Expression opened a forum for debate between community members.
Candidates running for Student Union seats shared their campaigns for Thursday's election.
The Student Association for The Right to Immigration Institute came before the Senate for chartering during Sunday’s meeting.
On Feb. 20, the United Nations officially declared a famine state for two counties in South Sudan, the first since 2012.
Students and faculty gathered outside the library calling for better women’s and labor rights on campus.
Faculty shared their thoughts following the Supreme Court nomination.
Students and faculty discussed feminist activism and inclusive spaces.
Elizabeth D. Samet spoke about difficulties during her research to set the Civil War’s records right.
Professor Daniel Breen discussed comparisons between President Trump’s claims and McCarthyism.
Samina Aktar ’17The Affordable Care Act does not come without faults. It has caused some insurance companies to drop some of their plans, because the plans did not follow the 10 essential benefits listed under the act.
Housing lottery numbers were reissued to upperclassmen following oversights in the system.
Campus Operations finalized new dormitory plans to replace Castle sophomore residency.
The student body elected Jacob Edelman '18 to become the next Student Union President.
The Senate convened on Sunday to recognize several new clubs and discuss amendments to the Union’s constitution and reports on issues raised by constituents this past week.The first club up for recognition was Fencing Club, a club that previously existed but had been disbanded.
Provost Lynch began a new program to encourage student donorship and community investment.
Students and faculty convened to share their perspectives on international medical relief.
Community environment leaders urged support of action toward 100 percent renewable energy in Mass.