Monday Nov 25
The Tufts Daily
TCU Senate update
The Tufts Community Union Senate held its next-to-last weekly meeting of the semester in the Sophia Gordon Multipurpose Room last night, which included discussion on projects relating to diversity, food availability on campus and the off-campus housing search.
AMIGOS project applauded, but ELL troubles run deep in New Bedford schools
When he came from Cape Verde two years ago, Maria Lopes' son was in for a fierce struggle with a new language and the teachers who speak it.
Cape Verdeans on Cape Cod
Many came to the Harwich area from Cape Verde in the 19th century to escape ongoing drought and famine, to find work as whalers, fishermen and cranberry pickers.
Our View: Charles W. Morgan - New Bedford Homecoming
PHOTO PETER PEREIRA/The Standard-Times The whaling ship Charles W. Morgan is launched to celebrate its 172nd anniversary after extensive restauration at the Mystic Seaport shipyard in Mystic, Conn., last June.
Conflict flares over solar farms on Freetown's Braley Road
Every time Rev. Curtis Dias is about to tell you how strongly he opposes two solar installations planned near his Freetown church, he stops to remind you that he is an environmentalist.