Burns has had an extensive career in public service around the world.
Last weekend, First Lady of Iceland Eliza Reid made an appearance at the annual, five-day Taste of Iceland Festival showcasing Icelandic cuisine, music, film, literature, and art.
“The issue that [One Room Mansion] addresses is the housing crisis facing Boston and most metropolitan areas across the country,” said A. Quinton Kerns, a curator of the exhibit.
Wodiczko’s work involves using a projector to display images on buildings.
The Engine, MIT’s newest startup accelerator program, hopes to provide innovative businesses with easy access to workspace and equipment in order to promote their growth.
University Counseling Services hosted a focus group for first-generation college students on Friday to better understand the struggles these students face.
A general, ambassador, and reverend each gave their takes on what just war consists of on Thursday night.
Pat Healy was questioned about the New York Times political bias, but has never felt news meetings to be liberally or conservatively centered.
Newton is 15 percent more expensive to live in than in surrounding towns. Warren’s office and Boston College have partnered to find a solution.
“Instead of attending an hour long program, why not a good, quick, 15-minute drop-in session that students can practice and learn a skill.”