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Editorial: Boston students walk out after budget cuts

March 17, 2016

Last Monday, March 7, Boston public school students objected to proposed budget cuts by staging a walkout and protest at the State House. Thousands of students from schools around the city rallied at the State House and nearby...

Editorial: MBTA’s late-night is derailing

March 3, 2016

In an attempt to manage their massive debt, the MBTA has unanimously voted on Monday to conclude its late-night pilot program, which has affected the subway and bus line services since 2014, extending their hours of operations...

Age to purchase tobacco raised to 21 in Boston

February 11, 2016

By Katie Sittig-Boyd Staff Writer On Monday, Feb. 15, the legal age to purchase tobacco and other smoking products will increase to 21 in Boston, following the Walsh administration’s vote on the matter last December. The n...

Boston Latin students protest in light of racial inequity

January 27, 2016

By Katie Sittig-Boyd Staff Writer This previous Monday, students at Boston Latin School wore black during a silent protest of the current racial climate at one of Boston’s most prestigious exam schools. Several months ago, stud...

It’s about time

It’s about time

March 18, 2015

MBTA struggles under snow

MBTA struggles under snow

February 18, 2015

Letter to the Editor

February 4, 2015

To the Editor, I’m writing today to express my frustration and concern about Simmons’ decision to have a full day of school today. Undoubtedly, the last couple of snow days have really messed up the schedule of many classe...

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