Motivated by his passion for art, Brendan Ciecko founded Cuseum, a digital platform providing museums and cultural attractions with tools o engage on-site visitors in dynamic ways.
CJBC will encourage professors not only to incorporate divestment into their classes, but also attend their rallies.
Rachel DiBella, the assistant director of the Women’s Center, said that people should not have to compartmentalize the diversity of identities that they have.
Last Sunday, Bostonians decked out in green and gold flooded the streets uniting at the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade as musicians and performers marched down G street.
“It is not a hyperbole to say that white supremacy sits at the heart of the American government,” Taylor said.
Founded in Boston by Mike Laskowski and Jake Hajec, Date Seat is an app that provides users with a service that organizes Boston restaurants by atmosphere and ambiance.
The Christian Alliance for Orphans thought that even with high numbers of orphans overseas, if just a fraction of the two billion Christians in America did something, this crisis would be solved.
Travis Roy became paralyzed just 11 seconds into his BU hockey career.
According to Steve Grossman, the key to successfully contributing to a campaign is to really believe in the person you’re campaigning for.
Last week, the Union of Concerned Scientists invited Dr. Vincent Intondi to speak at the Boston Public Library regarding several issues at the forefront of today’s political environment in the United States.