Boylston Street sidewalk construction continues this week

The college plans to continue an evening construction schedule of the sidewalk until Oct. 5, according to an email sent to the community on Friday.  The construction will go from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. to complete work on underground utilities…

RAs spar with administration over contract changes

Senior Raven Devanney remembers sitting with her fellow resident assistants in a meeting in May 2019 when several college officials were going over new policies for RA contracts. Some of the RAs were sitting in circles, holding hands and…

Rep. Joseph Kennedy kicks off bid for U.S. Senate

Democratic Rep. Joseph Kennedy III announced his primary challenge to Senator Edward Markey on Saturday, surrounded by a small group of family, friends, and supporters in the East Boston Social Center. “I’m running for the United States…

College brings ‘Friends’ replica set to campus

The college is hosting a replica of the Central Perk coffeehouse set from the television series Friends starting on Thursday in the Cutler Majestic Theatre lobby. The set is one of 30 replicas being built around the world and marks the…

MBTA shutdowns to affect ridership on weekends

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority scheduled widespread closures of sections of the T on weekends, starting in mid-September and finishing in December. The Green, Orange, and Red lines all face shutdowns, according to a press…

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Boston Police release plan for parade day

The Boston Police Department alerted residents of road closures and other restrictions on Friday via a press release in anticipation of the Straight Pride Parade. The parade will go from 12-2 p.m. on Saturday beginning in Copley Square,…

Palauskas narrowly wins SGA executive vice president

Sophomore William Palauskas won the Student Government Association executive vice president race against sophomore Annie Noel by six votes, according to the election results released by SGA. Palauskas, the current SGA marketing…