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Editorial: Carbon Free Boston

Editorial: Carbon Free Boston

Yiming Fu, Muriel Statman, and Sophia Stewart

June 20, 2019

Data from the Fourth National Climate Assessment by the U.S. Global Change Research Program reports that by 2050, there will be 20 to 30 more days per year with a maximum temperature of more than 90 degrees fahrenheit. That’s hot. On Jan. 29, 2019, the  Carbon Free Boston group of Boston’s G...

Women’s marches in Boston and Washington, D.C. provide outlet for anger and pride

Women’s marches in Boston and Washington, D.C. provide outlet for anger and pride

Sarah Groustra, Sara Hogenboom, and Evan Marohn

January 23, 2017

The Boston Women's March for America spanned nearly the entire day of Jan. 21 and multiple city blocks, with the Boston Common in the center. The center stage on the Common featured speeches from government officials and concerts from local musicians. Crowds packed into the park carrying a plethora of home...

The best things in life are free: Art spaces around Boston

The best things in life are free: Art spaces around Boston

Izzy Meyers, Editor-in-chief

December 9, 2015

  The Boston Public Library’s main branch features a collection of murals by artist Edwin Austin Abbey, which was first installed in 1902. Each of the murals in the gallery depicts a scene from the legend of Sir Galahad’s quest to find the Holy Grail. The paintings span the entirety of eac...

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