15 hrs ago
Boston College Football 2014: Darius Wade, QB
Darius Wade might well be the quarterback of the future for the Boston College Eagles, but we already know he is not the quarterback of 2014.
19 hrs ago
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Merrimack Seismograph Registers High On The Interest Scale
While New Hampshire may not be known for earthquakes, the town of Merrimack is now host to the Granite State's first seismograph available for public use .
22 hrs ago
Off campus, on the radar
A recent Boston Globe investigative series sparked national scrutiny of neighborhoods where some of the city's college students are reportedly living in crowded, unsafe conditions .
Sun Jul 27, 2014
For Addazio, fence-building is in full swing
Steve Addazio is no Frank Spaziani, that much is clear. Since Addazio's hire in December of 2012, his passion and excitement for the game of football has reverberated through The Heights, a stark contrast to Spaz's less-energetic demeanor.
People Can Be Corporations Too, My Friend
In an absorbing article in The Washington Post , Catherine Rampell speculates: Corporations are people.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Boston College Football 2014: Joe Vitiello, DL
Meet Boston College Eagles freshman defensive lineman Joe Vitiello, not to be confused with some guy who DH'd for the Royals back in the '90s.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Happy birthday, IVF babies
Her conception was achieved through the pioneering research and clinical work of three people in particular - Robert Edwards, Jean Purdy and Patrick Steptoe.
How might a Republican future unfold, who or what might shape it, and what can it achieve?
There's a very good interview with Anthony McIntyre on Vice , not least because it provides rather more light than we normally get on the Boston College project.
B.C. ethicist: Don't cover infertility treatments for fertile gay or single women
Should insurance coverage be denied to fertile women who use infertility treatments to get pregnant because they're single or gay? Sounds like an outlandish plan, except it was published in a well-respected medical journal and proposed by a doctoral student in theological ethics at Boston College.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Profiles in Terpage: Andrew Isaacs
Rather unusually. Isaacs, either an above average recruit or one of the nation's most talented tight ends -- depending on whose ratings you believe -- committed to Boston College initially, but he decommitted and pivoted to the Terps two summers ago.
How to Get the Most from Your Social Security Benefit
Last week we explored the benefits and disadvantages of purchasing an annuity using the proceeds of your Thrift Savings Plan .
Star News Group
Kelly's Closet set for this Saturday
Kelly's Closet, a fundraiser to benefit the Kelly Gordon Memorial Fund, will be held this Saturday, July 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Brielle Firehouse, 509 Longstreet Ave. High-end new and gently used clothing, shoes, accessories and jewelry will be available to purchase, with cash only, the day of the sale.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
New Trustees Join the Board of Santa Clara University
The two new trustees, Erick Berrelleza, S.J., and Matthew E. Carnes, S.J., were approved by a board vote on June 6, 2014.
David Giunta Named to Board of The Partnership, Inc.
Giunta currently serves as president and chief executive officer of Natixis Global Asset Management - U.S. Distribution, where he oversees business activities of the firm's U.S.-based affiliated investment managers.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Introducing: The 2013-2014 BCI Awards
We are just a few weeks away from the Boston College football team getting back on to campus for pre-season practice, and from the fall teams like field hockey and soccer getting their regular seasons underway.
Boston College Football 2014: Tom Sweeney, TE
Yesterday, we featured the Boston College Eagles' Mike Strizak, from Don Bosco. Today, it's freshman tight end Tom Sweeney, also from Don Bosco.
Mum and daughter to graduate in Lincoln together
Two generations, one graduation: A mother and daughter will be awarded their degrees together when they graduate from Bishop Grosseteste University.
Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notebook: The grandson also rises
IKE, oldest of the grandsons, has completed music camp and is off to outdoor camp.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
New York Daily News
Vladimir Putin's governance is old and dangerous
Putin is a gold-plated phony and fraud. He promised transparency in the aftermath of a commercial plane being shot down this way, only now he lets these separatists turn a terrible crime scene into some stupid frat party.
The Harvard Divinity School: Andover Hall
Andover Hall is one of the staples of the Harvard Divinity School . The structure, designed by Allen and Collens, currently houses administrative offices, among a few other things, including a chapel.