The state legislature is expected to act in a supplemental budget bill next month.
The bill now awaits approval from both chambers and Governor Charlie Baker.
The 5-4 opinion, written by Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, will stand as a landmark in civil rights law and culminates a two-decade struggle for gays and lesbians to win marriage equality under the Constitution.
Isaac Simon analyzes reports of the percentage of people who own guns and where these people live.
Participants were involved in a variety of protests and lectures to address issues of racism and oppression.
Multiple campus organizations join national coalition to lobby against proposed cuts to federal financial aid funding.
McGovern addressed the citizens’ need to take an active role in government to reverse the trend of extremism.
The civil rights activist delivered her lecture, “Sustaining Social Justice Movements and Intersectional Struggles” Monday night.
Suzanne Mettler shared her research on higher education funding and socioeconomic inequality Thursday.
Yousef Munayyer encouraged the international community to boycott Israeli businesses, Jewish Israelis to stand in solidarity with Palestinians.
All three ballot questions regarding future increase of student fees passed by a substantial margin.
SGA presidential and vice presidential debates address campus-wide issues, despite low turnout and missing ticket
SGA presidential and vice presidential candidates spoke about issues regarding tuition and fees, transparency and SGA reforms.
Despite the revision, students knock the administration’s decision to ban Iranian national students from certain science and engineering programs at an open forum Wednesday.
Students, faculty and community members gathered outside of the Student Union as part of a national protest Monday afternoon.
Journalist and author evaluates consequences of U.S. military involvement in Iraq and Syria.
The money will go toward improving support for survivors, as well as training for police officers who handle cases of domestic and sexual violence.
Reported results show that Charlie Baker has defeated Martha Coakley in the race to become the next governor of Massachusetts.
The 2014 midterm elections end in sweeping victory for Democrats in Massachusetts.
Tuesday’s midterm elections lead to two “yes” votes and two “no” votes on the four ballot questions.