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Women leaders shared their experiences in making themselves a place in the business playing field.
Boston leaders spoke about the role of forgiveness in bringing peace across local communities.
Khalil Gibran Muhammad reviewed the precedents set by the progressive work of historical Black activists.
For those who drink wine on a semi-regular basis, the problem is a familiar one: after a glass is poured, the bottles can often drip excess liquid, ruining tablecloths and, worse, wasting wine.
Susan Lindquist was awarded the 46th Rosenstiel Award for Distinguished Work in Basic Medical Research.
Art scholars and the Ambassador of Tuvalu discussed how eco-art can advocate for climate change.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey spoke out on Thursday against a proposed $300 million rate increase by New England energy company Eversource Energy, according to a Friday article in the Waltham Patch.In her appeal to the Department of Public Utilities, Healey called this case “an important opportunity for the Department to reset the balance between company profits and customer rates,” according to the Patch article.Healey argued that Eversource’s recent returns have been far higher than most national public utility commissions would allow, citing a cumulative total return of 89 percent to Eversource shareholders between 2010 and 2015, according to the article.
According to a March 21 New York Times article, President Donald Trump plans on repealing climate change policies set during the Obama administration.
To celebrate the Intercultural Center’s 25th anniversary, food, music and festivities filled Sherman Function Hall in a student-organized event featuring all of the ICC’s clubs on Saturday evening. Each of the clubs held a table featuring food and custom hand-painted banners representing their community. “In recent years, nothing like this has happened — all 18 clubs together,” said Lillian Wang ’18, co-coordinator of the event.
Akilah Elie ’17, Megan Boateng ’17, and Yanique Seac ’17 created a new website community to help young professionals of color.
The Community Emergency and Enhancement Fund released the results of final proposals for funding for the 2017 to 2018 academic calendar in an email to the student body on Friday. CEEF, which consists of a $100,000 annual spending budget and a $150,000 emergency reserve, services student life on campus, as well as student-led initiatives that enhance the University community.
Rabbi Dr. Sharon Shalom spoke about the challenges facing Ethiopian Jewish youth in embracing their identities.
A panel of journalists from NBC and WGBH spoke about the challenges facing women in the media.
President Liebowitz announced Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella as the 2017 commencement speaker.
Dr. Alondra Nelson spoke about how DNA research can help enlighten and uncover hidden identities.
Dr. Charlotte Fonrobert analyzed Jewish law and the eruv for the 53rd Annual Simon Rawidowicz Lecture.
On April 13, the United States deployed the Massive Ordinance Air Blast, nicknamed the "Mother of All Bombs," on an Islamic State-controlled cave in eastern Afghanistan.
Medical EmergencyApril 3—University Police received a report of a party who had passed out in Usdan Student Center.
The Senate convened on Sunday to review progress on various campus initiatives. After delaying the start of the meeting in order to obtain a quorum, Student Union Vice President Paul Sindberg ’18 began the proceedings with executive officer reports. Sindberg mentioned that some graduate students serve as officers in undergraduate clubs, which is unconstitutional.