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Through the eyes of a study abroad student: Embracing the art of being transient

Through the eyes of a study abroad student: Embracing the art of being transient

Connie Lai

April 22, 2015

Last month, in one of my writing classes at Westminster, I was able to work with playwright Ben Musgrave. He had the entire class do one particular exercise where we drew geographical maps using dots and family background information. When he looked at mine, he said, “So, your family line has...

Mayor Walsh, officials, address storm as city prepares to shut down

Mayor Walsh, officials, address storm as city prepares to shut down

Brigitte Carreiro and Melissa Hanson

January 26, 2015

By Brigitte Carreiro and Melissa Hanson Mayor Martin J. Walsh on Monday afternoon addressed concerns regarding the imminent snowstorm expected to pile upwards of 2 feet of snow on the city and greater Boston. Walsh said he was confident in the city’s abilities to handle the storm and listed some pre...

Dumped before Valentine’s Day

Dumped before Valentine’s Day

Angela Bray

February 13, 2013

Dan Olson  Journal Staff One of the five largest winter storms in Boston’s history, Nemo dumped a total of 21.8 inches of snow on Beantown.  While there was only one reported storm related fatality, CNN tallied over 600,000 people without power in the following days. Of course, the major public...

Boston gets all ‘Together’ now

Boston gets all ‘Together’ now

Angela Bray

April 7, 2011

Boston’s Together festival is on its way back, aiming to blow over last year’s. On its way to a full launch on Monday, April 18, the week-long series of events will be showcasing electronic music, art and technology through art installations, discussion panels, film screenings, technology demons...

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